March Madness: Stephen Curry’s Sister Bursts In Pride Over Cameron Brink’s Jaw-Dropping Stanford Resume

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Basketball greatness is commonplace in the Curry family. Their patriarch Dell was a sharpshooter for the Charlotte Hornets, and both his sons Seth and Stephen Curry are NBA players. It’s seldom the case that NBA ties are this deep in a single unit. However, this isn’t all, Steph’s sister Sydell is married to Damin Lee who is also in the NBA. The Curry magic spreads wider than even that, Steph and Sydell’s god-sister Cameron Brink is an NCAA phenomenon.
Recently, Sydell gave Brink a huge shout-out reposting her resume on her Instagram story proudly with the caption, “That girl. Can’t wait to see her shine in what’s to come! Love you Cammy and so proud.”
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Brink has consistently impressed as a key player for the Stanford Cardinals. Since securing a national championship as a freshman, the talented No.22 has remained a vital presence under Tara VanDerveer’s leadership. As she prepares to transition to the WNBA, her significant impact on the collegiate stage is undeniable and worthy of admiration.
The post highlights that very fact, all the accolades she has amassed for the Stanford Cardinals. This includes an NCAA Championship, an AP All-American, a two-time PAC 12 Player of the Year, a two-time PAC 12 Defensive Player of the Year Award, and a three-time All-PAC Team. The girth of her NCAA resume would put even Stephen Curry’s to shame. With her resume one can surely assume the impact she is going to have after going pro!
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Cameron Brink’s future prospects in the WNBA
The 2024 WNBA draft is garnering attention for its parallels to the iconic 2003 NBA draft. Just as LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwyane Wade emerged as stars in 2003, this year’s draft boasts exceptional talents like Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese. Like LeBron James was the top pick in 2003, Caitlin Clark is expected to be the clear No.1 choice in the 2024 WNBA draft. The comparison extends to other prospects, with anticipation surrounding Cameron’s potential selection.
Fans in Chicago hope Cameron lands with their team, but the Los Angeles Sparks hold the 2nd and 4th picks, increasing speculation about her destination. It will be intriguing to see where these college standouts end up. What is your best guess?
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