WNBA rookie Cameron Brink has SI Swimsuit aspirations

Cameron Brink revealed some of his goals off the basketball court.

Brink, a rookie with the Los Angeles Sparks after starring at Stanford University, joined Paul George’s “Podcast P” this week.

George asked her, having just appeared on the cover of SLAM Magazine, what other publications she would like to be featured in.

“I think body issues are always appealing to female athletes,” Brink says. The Span cover.

“Knowing what your body is like as an athlete, understanding purely as an athlete that our body is our machine. It’s always seemed like a really cool concept, almost like it’s how we make money.”

Los Angeles Sparks No. 22 Cameron Brink reacts after being called for a foul in the first quarter of a game against the Las Vegas Aces at Michelob Ultra Arena on May 18, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images

“Also, I loved Sports Illustrated Swimsuits. So I think that’s really empowering. I just did SKIMS, and this was like a really big… realization of that.”

ESPN The Magazine, which published the “Body Issue”, was discontinued in 2019.

At the time, it was said that the Body issue would continue online, but that has not happened at this time.

In response to Blink, George said he had actually turned down an offer to appear on Body Issue several years ago.

Brink, the No. 2 overall draft pick, averaged six points and six rebounds per game during his short WNBA career, including the winning block in the Sparks’ 70-68 win over the Mystics on Tuesday night. It stood out. .

As Blink mentioned, she First WNBA campaign by SKIMSAn athleisure brand founded by Kim Kardashian.

“I think off-court fashion is similar to my personality. There are days when I feel very feminine and want to wear a dress. I love wearing dresses and high heels. Also, makeup is a creative thing for me. There are days when I take the time to apply makeup all over my face because it’s a very meditative way of expressing myself.” Brink told Elle magazine earlier this month..

Cameron Brink was part of SKIMS' first WNBA campaign.
Cameron Brink was part of SKIMS’ first WNBA campaign. Hugh Wilson x Skims

“Then there are days when I lean more towards the athletic side and go out with no makeup and just baggy sweats and sneakers.”