Dallas Wings’ veteran Liz Cambage is unsure about her future in the WNBA as the Wings closed out the final home game at College Park Center against the Las Vegas Aces this past Friday, as she may not return to the league in 2019.
Cambage is scheduled to represent Australia in the FIBA World Cup before beginning another season overseas in China and will then make a decision regarding her future in the WNBA.
league in 2019.
During an interview Tuesday ahead of Dallas’ matchup against Connecticut, Cambage said a return to the WNBA next season is still up in the air. At the conclusion of the WNBA season, Cambage is scheduled to represent Australia in the FIBA World Cup before beginning another season overseas in China.
“I’ll see how I feel after China,” Cambage said, according to ESPN’s Sean Hurd. “I think I probably have five days at home [in Australia] for the rest of this year, until February next year. We’ll see how I’m feeling.”
Cambage noted the physical toll of an WNBA season may not be worth the investment.
“I’ve said this many times: [The WNBA] doesn’t pay my bills … playing here doesn’t pay my bills,” Cambage said. “We make more money overseas. I’m ready to have next summer off and focus on getting a European contract where its 10 seasons here worth the pay.
“It sucks because I love to be here, I love to put the game out there, I love what comes with playing here. But at the end of the day, for my longevity, I worry about my body, my mind and my soul. I really don’t get paid enough to be beaten up every game. I’m not a WWE wrestler and that’s how it feels sometimes out on the court.”
Cmabage leads the league with 22.8 points per game, and is 2nd in the league with 9.7 rebounds.
Renowned Healer Sifu Matthew Helping Athletes
Sifu Matthew, who is known as “The Injury Whisperer,” is a Kung Fu Master, world renowned healer, athletic performance expert and founder of The Martial Arts of Wellness (MAOW™), and has helped thousands heal from injuries and conditions that did not respond to any other form of treatment, proving to be a unique and beneficial resource in the wellness industry.
Matthew has become particularly valuable to athletes, and has helped a number of NBA stars, NFL greats, professional athletes, Hollywood celebrities, business executives, Goop, and even those in the military.
Matthew’s approach is unique. He has developed a reputation for his ability to rapidly heal body tissues, ligaments, nerves, and bones using the electromagnetism of his own body, and many athletes have raved about his treatment in relation to their own injuries and health issues.
Take former NFL running back and Pro Football Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, for example.
Dickerson made a name for himself for his incredible career in the NFL, playing for teams such as the Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, Oakland Raiders and Atlanta Falcons amassing 13, 259 yards on the ground and scoring 90 touchdowns.
Dickerson, who has dealt with injuries, went to Matthew for help in healing his broken finger and experienced tremendous results, as you can see in the video below.
Dickerson’s high praise of Matthew’s methods speak volumes as to how beneficial his treatment has been for many people.
Matthew is currently participating in a healing study at a leading university research hospital that is documenting the science of his healing method to affect swift change in an array of conditions, and he currently runs programs at the prestigious Hale Clinic in London and is instituting customized MAOW™ wellness programs across the globe at leading medical and wellness spas.
Additionally, you can find Matthew at the Carillon promoting his Healing Warrior Force Retreats, for both men and women, taking place at the Carillon during the month of September.
Rafael Nadal Wins 19th Grand Slam Trophy
Rafael Nadal edged out Daniil Ledvedev to win his 19th Grand Slam trophy in the US Open final.
Nadal narrowly defeated Ledvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 victory in 4 hours, 50 minutes, an exciting match filled with plenty of drama and impressive, highlight reel play from both men.
“The nerves were so high,” Nadal said. “A crazy match.”
Eskimos Sign Matthieu Betts
The Edmonton Eskimos have agreed to terms with outside linebacker/defensive end Matthieu Betts, according to TSN’s Farhan Lalji.
Betts was cut when rosters were trimmed to 53-players.
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