VIDEO: Cameras Caught Stanford’s Cameron Brink Yelling “F**k You” At Ref After Fouling Out Of Final Home Game, Imagine If Angel Reese Did This

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Cameron Brink almost ended her NCAA career with a huge blunder.

The Stanford senior forward had some bold words for a referee when she fouled out in a fierce second-round NCAA tournament matchup against Iowa State before overtime on Sunday night.

Cameron Brink fouled out of Stanford’s thriller with Iowa State, and lip-readers think she let a ref know exactly how she felt as she left the floor.

With just over two minutes to go in regulation, Brink was leaving the court when ESPN’s cameras followed her from the floor to the bench.

Nothing has been verified or confirmed yet, but it appeared she shot a “f–k you” to a referee who most certainly heard it and could’ve easily given her a technical foul.

The 6-foot-4 All-American, who declared for next month’s 2024 WNBA Draft, could’ve ended her career on a sour note and cost the team a chance to move on to the next round.


Instead, the team has punched their ticket to the Sweet 16.

Teammates Stepped Up To Help The Stanford Cardinals Move On Without Star Player Cameron Brink

With all-American Cameron Brink in foul trouble, Kiki Iriafen scored 41 points to lead Stanford past Iowa State and into the Sweet 16. She added 16 rebounds and four assists in 41 minutes, according to

Brink finished the game with eight points and eight rebounds after she fouled out with just over two minutes to play in regulation. Brink also had five blocks, which set a single-season Stanford record (119).

Brink did not address the situation after the Cardinal beat the Cyclones, 87-81, in overtime. That game marked her last home game at Maples Pavilion.

The Cardinal survived and Cameron Brink will get a chance to lead her team to the Final Four after last year’s second-round upset on their home court.

Who Are Caitlin Clark’s Parents? Taking a Closer Look in the Life of WNBA Star

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The WNBA newbie, Caitlin Clark, is already having a hard time adjusting to the big league and with the rumors circulating about her parents’ divorce, it can be assumed that there is turbulence in her private life too.

Clark’s parents, Brent and Anne Nizzi-Clark, who have often been spotted cheering for their daughter from the courtside, came under scrutiny for their seating arrangements. The speculation of their possible rift began on March 25 when the Iowa Hawkeyes played the West Virginia Mountaineers in the NCAA Tournament.

The couple, who otherwise sat together, were seen keeping a distance in the arena. This intrigued the hoop enthusiasts, and they started questioning the marital status of the Clarks. However, these are just noises and there has been no evidence to support the rumor.

As per ESPN’s report, the two attended the Indiana point guard’s first regular season game against the Connecticut Sun. Both Brent and Anne have been a huge support to not only Caitlin Clark but also her two other siblings, as all three have strived for excellence in their athletic journey.

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