Cameron Brink CARRIED off court after ‘screaming in pain’ with an apparent knee injury in WNBA Los Angeles Sparks game

WNBA rookie Cameron Brink has suffered an apparent knee injury, as the LA Sparks rookie was carried off the court on Tuesday night.

Brink fell while trying to drive past Connecticut Sun center Brionna Jones, leaving her screaming in pain as captured on the game’s NBA TV broadcast.

The rookie lost her footing while driving to the hoop as Jones played tight defense on her.

She was helped to her feet by her teammates and was able to hobble but shook her head as she exited the game to receive medical attention. 

Brink appeared to have trouble putting weight on her leg and was helped to the locker room by trainers.

Cameron Brink had to be carried off the court during the Spark’s game on Tuesday

Brink was screaming in pain after falling and injuring herself, before she exited the game

Brink was screaming in pain after falling and injuring herself, before she exited the game

She had zero points in four minutes at the time of her injury.  

Brink’s apparent injury comes less than two weeks after she was named to the USA’s 3×3 women’s basketball team for the Olympics.

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