From Unseen Stephen Curry Picture to Mother’s Old Click, Cameron Brink Carves an Ode of Gratitude for Her Pillars

Published 02/08/2024, 1:48 AM EST

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It is uncertain whether Brink, a senior at Stanford, will decide to stay for a fifth season and support the Cardinals as they transition to the Atlantic Coast Conference. However, she is expected to be one of the top two or three choices in the WNBA draft. Despite representing Stanford, she is a strong contender for the Player of the Year award due to her versatility.

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Brink boasts an average of 17.6 points per game, an impressive 93 percent free-throw shooting accuracy, leads the nation in blocks with 3.38, and ranks sixth in rebounds with 11.6, all in just 23 minutes of gameplay per game. She chose to celebrate her pillars who support her in a social media post.

Cameron Brink crafts an ode of gratitude

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Cameron Brink decided to show her gratitude to the pillars of her basketball career and celebrate National Girls and Women’s Sports Day. In her Instagram posts, she has posted a carousel of pictures, starting from Sreph Curry to her mother Michelle Bain Brink’s college hoops. She wrote a sweet message to thank them for their support.

“Thankful for those who paved the way, lifted us, and taught us. For the girls who are just starting their journey, always find the joy and, of course, send my love to all my lifelong sisters I’ve met along the way  today.”Owing to their connection and star status, the picture with Steph Curry garnered wide attention as Brink tried to hoop with her father’s help, where Curry stood and watched her.

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Other pictures include those of her teammates, heartwarming pictures they carried during her injury, and one with her baller mom, Tara van Derveer, as she has been crucial to her growth. The heartwarming memories of Brink show how her team and family have been crucial to her growth.

Cameron Brink’s WNBA trajectory

Brink has been named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year twice, establishing herself as a strong contender for the national title. Her exceptional skills and leadership abilities have not only led her team to success but have also earned her well-deserved praise.

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Brink’s impressive statistics and notable contributions on the court have solidified her position as a front-runner. The significant increase in her stats speaks volumes about her potential. Compared to her freshman year, where she averaged 19 points per game, she is currently scoring an additional 10 points per game. Additionally, she ranks fourth in the country with an average of 3.5 blocks per game.

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