Brittney Garner and the rest of the team USA’s women’s basketball team showed off their talent by bringing home the gold. Amid this, fans have been curious to know more about the NBA star’s personal life and net worth.
On August 7, viewers got to see a mind-blowing performance by the women’s team. Brittney, along with players like Sue Bird, A’ja Wilson, Diana Taurasi, and others, ended the game with a score of 90-75. Shortly after this, fans flooded social media with praises for the players.
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What is Brittney Griner’s net worth?
- Brittney has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Standing tall at 6’8″, Brittney had been playing basketball from a young age. As per Celebrity Net Worth, the NBA player was named WBCA High School Player of the Year and a McDonald’s All-American at Nimitz High School.
After finishing High School, Brittney decided to follow her passion for basketball and joined Baylor University’s team. There, Britteny attracted fame as she won an NCAA Championship, was named NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player, and AP Player of the Year in 2012.
Finally, in 2013, she was drafted by the Phoenix Mercury. Since then, time and again, Britteny has shown off astonishing skills. At the same time, her net worth has gradually increased with her fame.
A look at the NBA star’s relationship
Britteny is currently in a relationship with Cherelle T. Griner, who is a blogger. The pair got engaged in 2018 and married soon after.
At the moment, the exact date of their wedding is unknown. However, in 2020, Brittney confirmed they were married by posting a picture on Instagram. Her caption read: “WISHING MY WIFE A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY! Every day with you is spectacular but when I get to celebrate your life and all that you are is just breathtaking.”
Since then, time and again Brittney has shared a glimpse of her relationship on social media. At the same time, Cherelle has also posted a couple of pictures with her followers on her page.
Twitter reacts to Olympic win
After the women’s team bagged their win, viewers were quick to react to the same on Twitter. One user wrote: “So team USA women are having their moment, I am glad to say that I am here for it… Allyson Felix, water polo team, basketball team… QUEENS!”
Another added: “Water polo 14-5, 4x400m relay winning by almost 4 seconds, basketball 90-75, and now volleyball 3 sets to 0, the women of #TeamUSA have DOMINATED the close of this #Olympics !!! Way to go Ladies!!!!”
“Basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and more…what a night for #TeamUSA! Couldn’t have asked for a better way to start bringing these Olympics to a close!” read another comment.
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