Conflict in Liz Cambage’s Sparks “divorce” reportedly included disagreements over jersey number selection, filming sessions, and on-court issues. 

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In Los Angeles According to league insiders speaking to Yahoo Sports, Liz Cambage was idly running across the court on Saturday while playing against her former team, the Las Vegas Aces. 

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Her criticism was due to her Los Angeles Sparks colleagues not giving her enough post touches, which, according to insiders close to the team, was standard behavior for the four-time WNBA All-Star. 

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She sent a message to her teammates before leaving the locker room: “I can’t do this anymore.” After 25 games played with the team, Cambage’s lone season was over after the Sparks announced on Tuesday that they and Cambage had reached a “contract divorce” agreement. 

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Additionally, during a training camp building up to the Tokyo Olympics in 2021, Cambage, an Australian citizen and member of the Australian national team, allegedly referred to members of the Nigerian national team as “monkeys 

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For Sparks veterans Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike, sisters of Nigerian heritage who are actively fighting FIBA’s denial of their eligibility to play for the Nigerian national team, the “monkey” remark must not have been easy.  

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Cambage was lured to Los Angeles by Derek Fisher, the Sparks’ head coach, and general manager up until his dismissal in June. 

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Zahui B. would be suspended by the Sparks for the 2022 season in a separate development. The club’s practice location is one of the team’s recurrent complaints. 

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The majority of the season is spent at Jump Beyond Sports complex, which is reportedly the worst practice facility in the league. 

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According to accounts, Fisher and the team chose this place before the season to the chagrin of the majority of the players. 

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