The Internet Noticed Cameron Brink Looks Exactly Like An Unusual Character From Superhero Movie, And Now We Can’t Unsee It

Los Angeles Sparks rookie star Cameron Brink has a unique look to go with her incredible height and talent.

Brink, a top pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft, is always going viral for her looks and outfits.

Cameron Brink bouncing basketball

Last week, Cameron Brink went viral after somebody on X, formerly Twitter, posted her photo while she was on the court and put it alongside a picture of a character from a Superhero movie.

It was hard not to notice that the two of them looked exactly alike.

Social media users couldn’t believe how much Cameron Brink resembled Ursula Ditkovich, real name Mageina Tovah, from Spider-Man.

It should be noted that Mageina Tovah is pretty tall herself, standing at 5-foot-10, while Brink is 6-foot-4.

The WNBA career of LA Sparks standout Cameron Brink, the second pick in the 2024 draft, has not started off as glamorously as she had hoped. Brink, who has so far averaged 8.3 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 2.3 assists, is aware that he can still do much better.

Only one of the LA Sparks’ five regular-season games had been won. Their most recent defeat, an exciting 83-84 setback to the Dallas Wings, was against this team. Still, Brink’s elegant pre-game attire garner comments from supporters.

Cameron Brink Is The Godsister of Stephen Curry

Cameron Brink (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Cameron Brink, the newest member of the Los Angeles Sparks, is figuring things out in the WNBA. She’s also paying tribute to Steph Curry, a close family friend and one of her main heroes who has helped her discover the wonder in her sport.

“Steph has taught me to bring the joy. You always see him smiling. He’s laughing, he’s joking. Life’s just a joy when you’re around him. I learned that it’s a job, yeah, but it’s a privilege to do this for a living,” Cameron said in a podcast interview. “So just bringing light to every space you’re in—I think he’s really taught me that.”

Cameron even congratulated Steph’s mother, Sonya Curry, who attended college with Cameron’s mother after Cameron was promoted from Stanford to the WNBA. In a tearful post-draft interview, Cameron expressed her gratitude to her friends and family to ESPN.

“My godmother, Sonya Curry, is over there,” she said, gesturing to Sonya, who attended the WNBA draft with Cameron. “Hi, God mama.”

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