Callie Rivers: Pics of Duke Guard Austin Rivers' Sister

Zack PumerantzAnalyst IIIMarch 14, 2012

Callie Rivers: Pics of Duke Guard Austin Rivers' Sister

0 of 5

    Duke and North Carolina. It's one of the fiercest rivalries in sports, a vicious battle for respect between two established college clubs. But it just got a whole lot steamier...

    Doc Rivers is clearly proud of his two kids. His daughter, a former volleyball player at Florida, and his son, a star on the Blue Devils basketball team.

    But Callie Rivers decided to add a bit of flavor to this soap opera, and date UNC guard Dexter Strickland.

    Certainly makes for juicy tabloid material.

    Let's take a look at the hottest pictures of the woman at the center of the madness.

5. A Passionate Nature

1 of 5

    Now that her brother is garnering most of the spotlight, some might believe that Callie Rivers sparked her new relationship with Dexter Strickland in an attempt to grab it back.

    But we know better, this is clearly true love.

4. Enjoying the Spotlight

2 of 5

    As the daughter of NBA coach Doc Rivers, Callie has always found herself near the spotlight.

    But only during her tenure as a member of the Gators volleyball team did she evidently discover the illustrious camera.

    She hasn't stopped shooting.

3. A Born Competitor

3 of 5

    Don't be fooled by her innocent smile, Callie Rivers was quite the ferocious animal around the net during her time as a volleyball star.

    At 5'11", she is not to be messed with.

2. Finding Herself

4 of 5

    While she clearly loves to take pictures of herself, that's not what put Callie Rivers on our radar.

    She was once linked to NFL linebacker Brandon Spikes, an early entrance into the WAG world.

    A sports enthusiast indeed.

1. Family Feud

5 of 5

    Before the Duke-UNC game on February 8, there was naturally a bit of curiosity surrounding Callie Rivers and who she would root for.

    Well, she was seen cheering with her father for her brother before Austin Rivers hit a three-pointer as time expired to secure a late victory over UNC, 85-84.

    Younger bro making a statement.