SYDNEY (AP) – WNBA all-star center Liz Cambage (pictured below, AP) has become a champion again in her native Australia, winning the Australian Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) with the Southside Flyers from Melbourne

Cambage struggled early on but had 14 points and five rebounds in the Flyer’s 99-82 win over Townsville Fire in the WNBL championship game yesterday

She was pushed off the pitch with two personal fouls after just three minutes and didn’t return until the beginning of the third quarter

When Cambage joined the Flyers, she was reunited with her Australian Opal teammate Jenna O’Hea The couple first won the WNBL title with the Bulleen Boomers in 2011

“I texted Jenna in March,” said Cambage, who burst into tears at the end of Sunday’s finals. “I saw a photo of us celebrating the Boomer Grand Final 10 years ago, and I sent it to her and thought, “Jenna, I want this again “

Cambage missed WNBA season for the Las Vegas Aces after receiving medical apologies from the league’s independent group of doctors who believed she was at high risk of serious illness if she contracted COVID-19 / p>
Cambage averaged 159 points and 82 rebounds last season for the Aces, her first on the team. She played in the WNBA for four years after being drafted second by the Tulsa Shock in 2011

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