Liz Cambage She is one of the great stars of the WNBA and also one of its most controversial players. The Australian pvot, who has just signed for Los Angeles Sparkshas always been characterized by not having mince words and he demonstrated it again during his visit to the cooking program of Serge Ibaka, ‘How hungry are you’.
While the Spanish international was cooking a dish, he took the opportunity to interview the Australian player who showed her most sympathetic and thug side when asked by the Bucks player. At one point in the interview Ibaka asks him if she thought she could beat an NBA player one-on-one. “Yes, you”assured the Sparks player.
A phrase that has not gone unnoticed in the NBA environment and that has caused numerous reactions. Although none like that of Glen Davis, a former Celtics and Clippers player among other teams. The former pvot went out on social networks and lied with his statement: “If I were Serge I would challenge that one on one in the bedroom. I’m sorry, I had to say it.”
Liz Cambage, a long list of controversies
It is not the first time that Cambage has been involved in some controversy in recent months. The Australian player already faced the Australian Olympic Committee for a racial controversy before the Tokyo Games and made headlines for her exclusive statements about her sex in a report in the pages of Playboy.
She also sparked backlash after outspokenly criticizing the WNBA after her former team, the Las Vegas Aces, hired Becky Hammon as a coach: “Ahhh, yeah, the WNBA, where a female coach can make four times as much as the highest-paid female players.” “.
“And you all think that I am going to continue paying out of my pocket for the upgrade on flights to go to games,” Cambage ironized about the flight conditions of a league in which its teams travel on commercial flights with the inconveniences that It means for players who exceed two meters in height like the Australian.