Held up in customs
Life in China gave Brittney Griner more than she bargained for
THE NUMBER OF moving obstacles at a busy intersection in China can feel paralyzing for a pedestrian. None of the cars, mopeds or bikes appears to be following the traffic laws, which makes stepping off the curb a game of chance, like real-life Frogger.
And Brittney Griner is about to step off the curb.
"I've been hit once," she says, seemingly unfazed at a busy corner in Zhejiang. "A moped ran into me from behind, but it wasn't going that fast. It was ...
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