Liz Cambage is an Australian professional basketball player playing in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) for Dallas Wings as their center in 2019. Prior to WNBA, she also played in the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) making her debut with Dandenong Rangers in 2007.
Liz Cambage is currently receiving a salary amount of around $115,000 annually and she has an approximated net worth of above $1 million as of 2019.
Liz Cambage hasn't so far reported about her personal life and love affair neither on the social media nor on any news portals. However, Cambage was rumored to be in a romantic relationship with Alex Lee.
Besides this, there aren't many details published regarding her probable boyfriend or spouse and we can assume that she might be single nowadays. When it comes to her love affair or personal life she doesn't seem to share much to the general public.
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Exploring her official social sites, it is found that she is an adventurous girl since she spends most of the time traveling to different places. Her official Instagram is full of the post of her traveling diaries and recently she visited Black Rock City. She is also known for her luxurious lifestyle.
Liz also loves having tattoos. She has inked several on her body.
Liz Cambage has a height of around 6 feet 8 inches (2.03 meters) along with a weight of about 216 lbs (98 kilograms). Currently, Cambage is 28 years old.
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Liz Cambage is reported to have an approximated net worth of around $1 million as of 2019. She is among the list of the highest earners in the WNBA history since there is less player who earns a sum of above $100,000 in a year from basketball career.
Liz also played for the Chinese team called where she received an annual average salary of around $400,000 Australian dollars.
In addition to this, she received a sum of money around $113,000 as her annual salary along with a weekly salary of $2173 in 2018 whereas her annual average salary is reported to be around $115,000 in 2019 and her weekly salary is $2212.
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Despite her financial earnings, she has a nice collection of cars including BMW and she has her own house. As we were exploring her social sites, it is found that she is promoting the Adidas brand which suggests that she might have an endorsement deal with Adidas.
Liz Cambage was born to mother Julia Cambage on 18 August 1991, in London, the United Kingdom, She is Australian by nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. She is born to a Nigerian father and an Anglo Australian mother.
Cambage's parents got separated when she was just three months old and since then she was raised by her mother Julia. After that, her mother moved to Australia along with her and they started living in New South Wales until she was 10 years old. Soon after they moved to Melbourne and later Mornington Peninsula.
Liz began her professional basketball career with the Australian team and she was compared to Lauren Jackson after her outstanding performance.
Cambage started her WNBL career with the Dandenong Rangers after which she played for the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) since she was offered a scholarship from AIS. Liz Cambage played in the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) until the 2011 season.
Cambage started playing in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 2011 season as she said that she doesn't want to play for Tulsa Shock but later she played for the Shock team. After that, during her 2012 season, she left for Australia to play for the Australian national team and didn't return to WNBA for over six years.
After her return, she began playing for the Dallas Wings in 2018 and signed a multi-year contract with them. Currently, she is playing for Wings alongside some of the popular players including Azura Stevens and Allisha Gray.