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@sportsiren  puts a spotlight on @MooreMaya 's decision of stepping away from the game to help overturn Jonathan Irons' conviction.

Four-time WNBA champion Maya Moore took a break from basketball to help overturn the wrongful conviction of Jonathan Irons. Irons is now a free man after serving more than 20 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

“Look at Maya Moore and her work to change one life. But that life matters. That’s how we confront systemic racism.” @BCrusade 's Charisse Bremond-Weaver on @MooreMaya ’s efforts to achieve justice for Jonathan Irons. #NBAVoices  Watch 1-on-1 with Caron Butler at 7pm/et on @NBA .

Four-time WNBA champion Maya Moore took a break from basketball to help overturn the wrongful conviction of Jonathan Irons. Irons is now a free man after serving more than 20 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

‘I’m free’ — WNBA star @MooreMaya  helped free Jonathan Irons, who was wrongfully convicted for a non-fatal shooting, after 23 years behind bars

"Three years later to see it come full circle, just know that bringing awareness to things can make a change." @jerrystackhouse  on Maya Moore stepping away from the game to help overturn Jonathan Irons' prison sentence w/ @Eric__Smith  & @Paul__Jones . ⬇️

‘I’m free’ — WNBA star @MooreMaya  helped free Jonathan Irons, who was wrongfully convicted for a non-fatal shooting, after 23 years behind bars

Four-time WNBA champion @MooreMaya  took a break from basketball to help overturn the wrongful conviction of Jonathan Irons. Irons is now a free man after serving more than 20 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.

ICYMI on #SundayTODAY : Our Highs of the week, including @MooreMaya 's successful effort to get Jonathan Irons released from prison.

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WNBA star Maya Moore sat out the entire season last year and helped overturn the conviction of Jonathan Irons, who was serving a 50-year prison sentence. He was finally released today. (via @MooreMaya )

A Black man who was wrongfully sentenced to 50 years in prison has been released, after a campaign from WNBA champion Maya Moore, who sat out 2 seasons to help overturn his conviction. Jonathan Irons was convicted for a non-fatal shooting in 1997, at age 16. He is now 40.

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Maya Moore gave up her 2019 WNBA season to help Jonathan Irons overturn his conviction on charges of burglary and assault. Today, he was freed from prison. (via @MooreMaya )

Maya Moore chose to sit out the 2018-19 @WNBA  season to help with criminal justice reform. Today, she helped overturn Jonathan Irons' 50-year prison sentence. 🙌 (via @MooreMaya /IG)

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: @WNBA  star @MooreMaya  put her basketball career on hold to help free Jonathan Irons, who was wrongly convicted of burglary and assault more than two decades ago.  @RobinRoberts 

CP3 pays tribute to Maya Moore after she helped Jonathan Irons get released from prison 🙏

Maya Moore stepped away from basketball to focus on criminal justice reform. Today, Jonathan Irons, who was serving a 50-year sentence for a conviction that was ultimately overturned, was released thanks to her efforts 🙌🏿 (via @MooreMaya )

Maya Moore stepped away from basketball to help 39-year-old Jonathan Irons get released from prison. On Monday, Irons' initial conviction was overturned.

NBA players praised Maya Moore after Jonathan Irons was released from prison on Wednesday. Moore chose to leave the WNBA at the peak of her career to help overturn Irons' 50-year sentence.

Maya Moore put her WNBA career on hold to help get Jonathan Irons' 50-year prison sentence overturned. She was there for the emotional moment he was released from prison on Wednesday.

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