Liz Cambage agrees to surprising ‘contract divorce’ with WNBA’s Sparks
WNBA All-Star center Liz Cambage and the Los Angeles Sparks appear to be inseparable.
The Australian center, who had originally signed a one-year contract with the Sparks as a free agency in February,
According to Girls Talk Sports TV, Cambage made remarks about her desire to quit the Sparks to several people within the organization.
In a news release, Sparks Managing Partner Eric Holoman remarked, "It is with support that we share Liz Cambage's decision to end her contract with the organization."
Alexis Robinson, the founder of The One Brand Agency, a PR agency that works with Cambage, claims that chemistry concerns with teammates did not contribute to Cambage's departure from the Sparks.
The Sparks are still enthusiastic about their core squad and are concentrating on their quest to make the playoffs in 2022.
Cambage, 30, has not responded to the news, which was announced on the same day that reports surfaced that she had "left" the squad.
The separation occurred just over a month after the Sparks sacked Derek Fisher as their head coach and general manager on June 9.