College basketball star goes viral after towering over Hollywood actor Kevin Hart

Cameron Brink has proved herself to be one of the best players in the nation during her tenure at Stanford following her NCAA Championship win

A college basketball star found herself going viral after posing for a picture next to Hollywood star Kevin Hart.

Cameron Brink, a 6’4″ forward for the Stanford Cardinal, has become one of the best college players in the United States as she was recently named the WBCA NCAA Defensive Player of the Year.

The 21-year-old is already an NCAA champion, having won the coveted тιтle in her first season at Stanford in 2021 as she’s since continued to build on her legacy with the New Jersey native becoming the college’s all-time leader in blocks this past season.

While her skills on the court have risen the profile of her name, it was a chance meeting with a Hollywood star that led to many more knowing Cameron Brink.

During a trip to Las Vegas, where NBA Summer League is taking place, Brink met Kevin Hart with the pair taking a pH๏τo together which almost immediately caught alight on social media.

The height difference between the pair, with Brink over a foot taller than the 5’2″ comedian had fans taking to the internet to comment on the hilarious pH๏τo.

Brink herself responded to the attention the pH๏τo got as she reposted it to her Instagram story as she wrote: “Y’all are so out of pocket I’m ᴅᴇᴀᴅ.”

One fan wrote: “Cameron Brink towering over Kevin Hart is the unexpected content that I needed today.”

The blonde beauty was in Las Vegas to attend the Fanatics and NBPA Summer Players Party that was hosted by former Philadelphia 76ers owner Michael Rubin.

While the forward is eligible to enter the 2023 WNBA Draft, Brink decided to stay at Stanford for her senior year as she attempts to claim a second NCAA тιтle in her final season with the college.

Recently speaking to Just Women’s Sports, she revealed the hard times she went through at high school, with her mother Michelle saying that she “suffered a fair amount of body-shaming”.

“I wouldn’t even say I was being bullied,” Brink says.

“Because bullying gives them too much power. They weren’t bullies. And I just decided to remove myself. I knew I deserved better, so I left. And I’m happy I did.”

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