WNBA All-Star and Single-Game Scoring Record Holder
One of the best women's professional basketball players in the world, Liz Cambage is the face of the next generation of talent in the sport. The first player ever to dunk in women's Olympic competition in 2012, Cambage is a 6'8" phenom who has unmatched skill and mobility.
In the 2019 WNBA season, the 28-year-old from Melbourne, Australia led her new team the Las Vegas Aces to their first playoff berth in team history, taking them to the semifinals. The 2nd Team All-WNBA Selection was selected to her 3rd WNBA All-Star appearance and named for the 2nd consecutive year as an All-Star Starter.
In 2018, Cambage was an All-WNBA First Team selection and runner-up to MVP as she led the league in almost every category, finishing first in points per game (23.0); second in rebounds per game (9.7); fourth in field goal percentage (58.9%); and fifth in blocks per game (1.7). In the month of July alone, she dropped a WNBA-record 53 points and showcased her ability to dunk with an one-handed slam in the All-Star Game.
Cambage has been instrumental for the Australian Opals, leading them to win the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympic Games, gold medal in the Commonwealth Games, and most recently the silver medal at the 2018 FIBA World Championships (where she was named to the All-Star Five). She has also played in the Australian WNBL, leading the Bulleen Boomers to their first WNBL Championship win in club history and claiming the 2011 WNBL MVP.
Cambage has proved herself to be a standout internationally in China, having played three seasons in the WCBA (for Zheijiang, Beijing, and Shanghai) and earning two All-Star nods.
Cambage is also a DJ and has performed sets to open for Mary J. Blige, Desiigner, and Steve Aoki.