See below for some reaction to the news that Maya Moore has helped overturn Jonathan Irons’ conviction.
WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert congratulated Moore on Twitter.
— Cathy Engelbert (@CathyEngelbert) July 2, 2020
Former and current players from around the league also showed their support.
I am so very proud of the work Maya has put in outside of basketball. Always passionate, determined and focused on what needs to be done! Watch her work! Congrats to Maya and Jonathan!!! #freeatlast #justice https://t.co/EHffBVxtY9
— rebekkah brunson (@twin1532) July 2, 2020
— Swin Cash (@SwinCash) July 2, 2020
Amazing ❤️ https://t.co/STp4hsLnik
— Sue Bird (@S10Bird) July 2, 2020
This was so beautiful and intimate I almost felt uncomfortable watching. @MooreMaya you change a whole generation of families lives today! Living Legend
PSA: I have some really dope friends https://t.co/2U2o2aN3Rm
— Renee Montgomery (@itsreneem_) July 2, 2020