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Born: August 18, 1991 (age 29 years), London, United Kingdom
Height: 2.03 m
Height6 feet 8 inches
Weight: 98 kg
Parents: Julia Cambage
2019–present: Las Vegas Aces
Current teams: Las Vegas Aces (#8 / Center), Australia
Birthday18 August 1991
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Liz Cambage is an Australian professional basketball player who plays professional basketball for the Las Vegas Aces and the Australian national team.
She was born on 18 August 1991, as Elizabeth Cambage and she is 29 years old.
Liz Cambage is one of the tallest basketball players in the world with a height of 6 feet 8 inches.
She was born to a Nigerian father and an Australian mother in London. Further information about her parents is not available.
Liz Cambage was rumored to be in a relationship with the Australian football player Alex Lee but they are not in a relationship anymore. She is single as of now.
Although Liz Cambage makes a handsome amount of money from her basketball career, she has not revealed her net worth yet.
As a child, Liz Cambage was bullied for being very tall as she was already 6 feet when 10 years old. Her mother suggested playing basketball to make friends.
She is also a record-holding basketball player as the highest points scoring player with WNBA single-game scoring record with her 53-point.
According to her Wikipedia bio, she has represented the Australian national team in big tournaments like the 2012 London Olympics and was one of the most important players.
Liz Cambage is active on social media like Instagram and Twitter with 304k and 60.4k followers respectively.
Liz Cambage was born on Aug. 18, 1991. The Australian center stands at 6-foot-8 and weighs 216 pounds.
When she was 19 years old, the Tulsa Shock drafted Cambage with the second overall pick in the 2011 WNBA draft.
In the 2011 and 2013 seasons, Cambage averaged 13.3 points and 6.1 rebounds.
In 2012, Cambage represented the Australian Olympic team.
Then she missed her flight back to Tulsa and the entire 2012 season to rest after playing in the Olympics.
Speaking of 2012, that’s when Cambage became the first woman to dunk in an Olympic game.
During a 70-66 win against Russia, Cambage drove through the middle of the lane and the rest is history.
Cambage left the Tulsla Shock after the 2013 season and has played the last five seasons overseas.
She primarily played in China and Australia’s WNBL and averaged 23.1 points, 9.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game.
In the offseason prior to the 2018 season, Cambage returned to the WNBA.
In 2016, the Tulsa Shock moved to Dallas and rebranded as the Dallas Wings and Cambage joined the franchise that drafted her on a multiyear contract.
So far this season, Cambage is averaging WNBA career-highs in points (22.1) and rebounds (9.4), while shooting just over 58 percent from the floor.
In the 2016 Olympics, Phillips and Cambage were teammates on team Australia, but they go back even farther than that.
The pair met in 2010 while preparing for the FIBA world championships with the Opals.
Right before the WNBA All-Star break, Cambage had one of the most historic weeks in league history.
On July 17, Cambage scored 53 points against the New York Liberty to set a new league record for the highest individual scoring game in the league.
The record was previously held by Tulsa Shock guard Riquna Williams, who scored 51 points in 2013.
Cambage followed that up by dropping 35 points against the Washington Mystics, giving her 88 points total in her past two games.
That number broke Maya Moore’s WNBA record for the most points scored in a two-game span. She scored 80 points across two games in 2014.
On the same day as her 53-point outing, Cambage was voted as an All-Star for the first time in her career.
In 2011, Cambage was named an All-Star replacement for LA Sparks forward Candace Parker, who suffered a knee injury.
Ironically, Parker was named one of the All-Star captains and selected Cambage and Wings guard Skylar Diggins-Smith for her team.
When she’s not scoring baskets and grabbing boards on the court, Cambage can be found on the turntables.
She also has her own fashion line and was on the cover of Executive Style, an Australian publication.