Liz Cambage Net Worth

Liz Cambage’s net worth is $4 million. She is a very popular American Basketball Player who last played for the Los Angeles Sparks of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). 

Liz Cambage Biography

Liz Cambage was brought into this world on 18 August 1991 in London, England. She has more than 1 million followers on Instagram – ecambage.

Cambage at present holds the WNBA single-game scoring record with her 53-point execution against the New York Liberty on 17 July 2018.

She played for the Australia public group, the Opals, somewhere in the range of 2009 and 2021, winning a gold decoration in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, silver in the 2018 World Cup, and bronze in the 2012 Olympics.

Personal Details

Real NameElizabeth Folake Cambage
Age30 years
Date of Birth18 August, 1991
BirthplaceLondon, England
ProfessionBasketball Player
Zodiac SignLeo


FatherYet To Update
MotherJulia Cambage
SiblingsYet To Update
BoyfriendNot Known


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height6’8 Feet
203 cm
2.03 m
Weight98 Kgs
216 Pounds
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Liz Cambage was brought into the world on 18 August 1991 in London to a Nigerian dad and Australian mother. Her folks isolated when Cambage was three months old and she moved to Australia with her mom. First getting comfortable Eden in New South Wales, the family moved to Melbourne when Cambage was 10 years old and later the Mornington Peninsula.

Cambage is 2.03 meters (6 ft 8 in) tall. She was prodded about her level in school. At ten years old she was 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) tall, arriving at 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) when she was 14. She began playing b-ball at her mom’s idea when she was 10 as a method for making companions.


Liz Cambage plays at the middle situation in basketball. In 2009, she played in the Under-20 Australian National Championships, and the ABC proposed she could be the following Lauren Jackson.[6] The main worldwide players outperforming Cambage in level at the time were Margo Dydek, at 2.18 m (7 ft 2 in), and Sue Geh, at 2.05 m (6 ft 8+1⁄2 in) tall.

Liz Cambage played her lesser ball with Dandenong Rangers, joining their WNBL group for the 2007-08 season. In 2007, she acknowledged a grant to the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), and played for the AIS group, situated in Canberra, in the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL), for the rest of the 2007-08 season and the accompanying one In August 2020, Cambage made her re-visitation of the WNBL, marking with the Southside Flyers for the 2020-21 season.

In March 2011, Liz Cambage communicated a hesitance to play for the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) group that drafted her, the Tulsa Shock, expressing, “I would rather not play at Tulsa, I’ve made that understood. They need to make me an establishment player, yet I’m not going to the WNBA for that. I’m going there to learn and work on my game. Be that as it may, what can you do?” She played in the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game.

After the 2012 Summer Olympics, Liz Cambage was because of head back to the United States to finish the WNBA season with the Tulsa Shock, yet declared on the morning her flight was because of leave, 27 August 2012, that she wouldn’t be getting back to complete the 2012 season. Her representative made an announcement saying she was depleted subsequent to playing for the public team.

Cambage got back to play for the Shock for the 2013 season, however didn’t get back to the WNBA for quite a long time after. In February 2018, she marked a long term agreement with the Dallas Wings.

In June 2012, Liz Cambage endorsed with Zheijang Chouzhou b-ball club in China, supposedly for a compensation of $400,000 (Australian dollars), which made her one of the most generously compensated female basketballers in the world.

Yet in an article in the Australian paper The Age distributed on 8 March 2019, Liz Cambage lamented being ineffectively redressed and unfit to meet her home loan installments, taking note of that she had not been paid since September 2018 after a physical issue kept her from playing in China. She was cited as saying: “It’s entertaining, we make this large number of penances for our country, however would we say we are getting cared for appropriately toward the day’s end?”

In February 2018, Liz Cambage marked a long term agreement with the Dallas Wings. On 17 July 2018, in a game against the New York Liberty, Cambage scored a WNBA record 53 focuses. The Wings dominated the match, 104-87. Cambage was casted a ballot into the 2018 WNBA All-Star Game, making it her subsequent top pick appearance.

Following her 53-point execution, she scored 35 focuses in a 90-81 triumph over the Washington Mystics making it the most elevated two-game point all out in association history. By the finish of the time, Cambage drove the association in scoring and the Wings wrapped up with a 15-19 record as the number 8 seed in the association. In the first-round disposal game, the Wings lost, 101-83, to the Phoenix Mercury.

On 22 January 2019 Cambage mentioned an exchange from the Wings. On 16 May 2019 she was exchanged to the Las Vegas Aces. During the 2019 season, Liz Cambage was casted a ballot into the All-Star Game, making it her third top pick appearance. Toward the finish of the time, the Aces completed 21-13 and the number 4 seed, getting a bye to the subsequent round. In the second-round disposal game, the Aces progressed to the semi-finals in the wake of overcoming the Chicago Sky, 93-92, off a play by colleague Dearica Hamby in which she concocted a take and nailed a franticness three-pointer from half court. In the semi-finals, the Aces’ season finisher run reached a conclusion as they were crushed by the possible bosses, the Washington Mystics, in four games.

On July 5, 2020, it was reported that Cambage would sit out the 2020 WNBA season because of wellbeing concerns and prior risk factors encompassing the COVID-19 pandemic after an assessment by the group doctor. Without Liz Cambage, the Aces completed the season 18-4 with the main seed in the abbreviated 22-game season, they arrived at the Finals however were cleared by the Seattle Storm.

On 23 May 2021, during a game against the Connecticut Sun, the restricting mentor Curt Miller campaigned the official for a foul approach Liz Cambage, while exaggeratedly guaranteeing Cambage was “300 pounds”. Cambage answered with a post on Instagram, getting down on Connecticut Sun mentor Curt Miller considering him “somewhat white man”.

On July 26, 2022, Cambage was delivered by the Sparks on an agreeing “contract separate”.

In 2009, Liz Cambage was an individual from the Australian junior ladies’ public group that won a gold decoration at the Oceania World Qualification series, and a silver decoration at the William Jones Cup in Taiwan. The next year, she was an individual from the Australian junior ladies’ group that contended at the World Championships in Thailand.

Her most memorable hit up to the senior public side was in 2008, and she had her most memorable cap for the Australian Opals in 2009 in a test series against China, went she played in the third game in the series. On 2 September 2009, she played in the Canberra facilitated return game against New Zealand in the Oceania Championship, and she was an individual from the Australian senior ladies’ group that won a gold decoration at the Oceania World Qualification Series.

She was an individual from the public group again in 2010. In June 2010, she was seen by public group mentor Carrie Graf as one of a group of four of solid players that would address Australia in a visit through China, the United States and Europe. In 2010, she partook in the Salamanca Invitational Basketball Tournament in Spain. Her group beat Spain 85-64. They likewise beat the United States. She scored 20 focuses in the game against Spain.

In 2010, she was an individual from the senior ladies’ public group that contended at the World Championships in the Czech Republic. She was vital to the group’s success.

In July 2010, she partook in a four-day instructional course and one game test match against the United States in Connecticut, yet missed the Olympic capability series in July 2011 in view of WNBA commitments. Nonetheless, she was named to the 2012 Australia ladies’ public b-ball team.

In February 2012, she was named to a short rundown of 24 qualified players to address Australia at the 2012 London Olympics. In late April and early May 2012, Liz Cambage was one of four Australian “enormous” players to partake in an extraordinary instructional course for the team, and partook in the public group instructional course held from 14 to 18 May 2012 at the Australian Institute of Sport.

Cambage was viewed as a critical part if Australia somehow managed to beat the United States in London. At the 2012 Olympic Games on 2 August, Cambage effectively dunked the b-ball with one hand in a 70-66 triumph over Russia. Cambage and the Opals won a bronze decoration in London with a 83-74 success over Russia.

Not long before the 2014 World Championships, she cracked her Achilles ligament, making her miss eight months of playing time.

At the 2016 Olympics in Rio, she was the main scorer and rebounder for the group that came to the quarterfinals. Liz was additionally essential for the Australian group that won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.