Cameron Brink Reveals A Dream Angel Reese Has Already Fulfilled That Has Nothing To Do With Basketball

Cameron Brink reveals a dream Angel Reese has already fulfilled that has nothing to do with basketball

She had a recent photoshoot for Kim Kardashian’s shapewear brand, Skims


Cameron Brink, left, and teammate Rickea Jackson, right.

Cameron Brink, left, and teammate Rickea Jackson, right.Marcio Jose SanchezLAPRESSE


Cameron Brink has set her sights on appearing in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. The WNBA rookie, who was drafted second overall by the LA Sparks last month, recently expressed her dream of being featured on the cover of the renowned magazine.

In a guest appearance on Paul George‘s ‘Podcast P,’ the Stanford alum discussed her ambitions beyond basketball.

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When asked by the Clippers star about other publications she would like to feature in, Brink highlighted her interest in Sports Illustrated.

“I think just as a female athlete the body issue is always dope,” Brink said.

“Just to see how your body like as an athlete, purely as an athlete to appreciate like our bodies are our machines.

“It’s how we make our money so I think that’s always a really cool concept … Or Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, I’ve always loved that. I think it’s super empowering.”

Earlier this month, LSU superstar Angel Reese unveiled her first photos as a Sports Illustrated swimwear model.

The 21-year-old college basketball star made a striking debut, posing in a textured white bikini.

A Skims photoshoot

Meanwhile, the 22-year-old mentioned her recent photoshoot for Kim Kardashian‘s shapewear brand, Skims, sharing her excitement about the opportunity.

“I just did Skims which was actually huge, like I manifested that,” she noted.

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