Kevin Hart recently gained widespread attention over the weekend due to a hilarious photo where he posed with Stanford’s Cameron Brink. It has to be noted that the All-American player stands tall at 6-foot-4, while Hart is considerably shorter.
At 21 years old, Brink is about to begin her senior year in college and has already achieved remarkable success, including being an NCAA champion, a two-time All-American, Defensive Player of the Year, and Pac-12 Co-Player of the Year.
Given her impressive accomplishments, one might wonder who was more excited to meet the other between Hart and Brink.
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As for Hart, he has always been comfortable making jokes about his own height. In the past, he even took part in a more comical picture with Joel Embiid.
In January, the Philadelphia Eagles faced off against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL conference championships, with the winner earning a spot in the Super Bowl.
Several well-known local figures attended the crucial game, including the Philadelphia 76ers star and Kevin Hart, who hails from Philadelphia.
A photo capturing their friendship circulated online, highlighting the amusing contrast in their heights and Embiid couldn’t resist teasing Hart by noting that this was a “Father and Son” watching a game.
Meanwhile, Brink’s narrative intertwines with Curry’s through an extraordinary friendship that has lasted for generations.
The story began 40 years ago when Sonya Adams, Curry’s mother, established a lifelong connection with Michele Bain, Cameron Brink’s mother, while they were attending Virginia Tech.
This strong bond of friendship has extended to their children, with Curry achieving record-breaking success as a three-point shooter in the NBA, while Brink has emerged as one of the most promising talents in the NCAA.