Cameron Brink, Los Angeles Sparks, WNBA

WNBA Rookie Cameron Brink Says She Has SI Swimsuit Aspirations

Los Angeles Sparks rookie Cameron Brink suggested her playoff aspirations go beyond just basketball. She would like to be a model, too.

Brink said as much during an appearance on the podcast from Los Angeles Clippers star Paul George. Brink may want to be in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition, she said. She's already been in at least one magazine.

"I think just as a female athlete the (now defunct ESPN) Body Issue is just always like dope," Brink said, via The Spun.

"Just to see how your body like as an athlete, purely as an athlete to appreciate like our bodies are our machines. Like it's how we make our money so I think that's always like a really cool concept.

"Or like Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, like I've always loved that. So, I think it's super empowering. I just did SKIMS which was actually like a I manifested that."

Brink was the No. 2 overall pick in the WNBA out of Stanford. That means she was the first player selected after Caitlin Clark went to the Indiana Fever.

Like most rookies, Brink is coming along slowly but surely in the first few weeks of the season. She is focused on basketball, but keeps an eye on fashion.

"I would describe my off-court fashion to be similar to my personality. Some days I feel ultra-feminine and want to wear a dress. I love wearing dresses and heels. I also find that makeup is a creative and meditative outlet for me, so some days I will take the time to apply a full face of makeup," Brink told Elle earlier this month.