Skip to main content

"I got to help that girl!"-Dennis Rodman is going to Russia to save Brittney Griner

"The Worm" coming to the rescue?
Brittney Griner and Dennis Rodman

Brittney Griner and Dennis Rodman

The whole drama around WNBA star Brittney Griner, her arrest, and jail sentence in Russia has been one of the hottest topics of the year in the basketball world, as everybody is trying to figure out a way to bring BG home. Even the NBA legend Dennis Rodman has taken it upon himself to help out.

What more can be done?

Earlier this year, Brittney Griner got arrested in Russia for bringing cartridges with hashish oil into the country. As it was an illegal act, Griner got detained, and she has been locked up ever since. The recent sentence of 9 years only further shocked the basketball community in the States.

Everybody is sharing their support and pleading for her return, but even the involvement of president Joe Biden and negotiations about a prisoner swap was not productive, as Griner is currently serving her time without any clear indication of her maybe being able to go home.

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

Nobody knows what the next move is, but NBA legend Dennis Rodman has decided to take things into his own hands. Rodman recently shared he will soon go to Russia and try to seek the release of Griner.

"I got permission to go to Russia to help that girl. I'm trying to go this week."

Dennis Rodman, NBC News

We all know Rodman is a unique and crazy personality, not afraid of doing things nobody else would dare to think of, but this seems a bit too much, even for Dennis. Rodman does have some history when it comes to international ventures, as he actually visited Russia back in 2014, praising President Vladimir Putin at the time. But that was a long time ago, and Russia is now in a state of war.

Rodman did a similar type of thing once upon of time, visiting North Korea and hanging out with the notorious leader Kim-Jong-un when the tensions between the two countries were at an all-time high. Now America and Russia are on really bad terms, and it seems going over there might be a huge risk.

Rodman definitely has good-natured intentions, but a unanimous White House administration official believes Rodman going over there will only further complicate the situation and have a harmful effect, bringing in another big name into the mix.

That could very well be true, but it seems not many options are on the table when it comes to trying to save Griner. Having Rodman going over and doing his magic might be the best solution for now. After all, who is going to stop "The Worm" from doing what he intended?


“I didn’t think he was going to dunk!”-Dwight Howard recollected his ‘Welcome to the League’ moment featuring Kobe Bryant

Dwight Howard has high praise for Kobe Bryant, despite the fall-out in his first stint with the Lakers

Luka Doncic & Giannis Antetokounmpo

The 2022-23 GM SURVEY reveals who the GMs consider being the MVP and title favourites

Giannis Antetokounmpo voted best defender, international player, and player to build a franchise around


Richard Jefferson thinks the Milwaukee Bucks have the best Big 3 in the NBA

The Milwaukee Bucks Big Three has championship pedigree says Richard Jefferson

Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge

“Tree Bites Man” — when Danny Ainge almost lost a finger in the 1983 playoffs

The Boston Herald came up with one of the funniest headlines of all time.

Boston Celtics head coach Red Auerbach

“How many of these you consider ethical or unethical depends entirely on your organization.” — 4 moves from Red Auerbach's "57 Strategies" that players still do today

LeBron James, Chris Paul, and James Harden are just some of the greats who have picked up a thing or two from the great Red Auerbach.

Dwight Howard and Shaquille O'Neal

How Dwight Howard wants to settle his beef with Shaquille O'Neal: "I've got some jokes for his big ugly ass!"

In the episode of All the Smoke podcast, Dwight was asked about his relationship with Big Diesel and shared how he would like to settle their beef

LeBron James, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Shaquille O'Neal

”I can truthfully say that I'm jealous of that feat“ — Shaquille O'Neal on LeBron James potentially passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the NBA All-time scoring list

If he averages 27.1 points (his career average) every game and doesn't sit one out, LeBron will pass Kareem on January 25th.