Inside a tantrum she threw Australian basketball player Liz Campig before firing the Los Angeles Sparks

More details emerged about Australia’s WNBA star Liz Campage’s dismissal of the Los Angeles Sparks on Tuesday, with reports coming in that she caused a tantrum before leaving the locker room later.

The dismissal of the 30-year-old basketball star could end a storied WNBA career that includes four All-Star picks and the most points scored in the game.

Her last game for the team was on July 23 against her former team, the Las Vegas Aces, and resulted in a disappointing 84-66 loss.

Sources close to the situation say Cambage was publicly and verbally unhappy with her teammates during the match for not getting enough after-touches, according to Yahoo Sports.

The after touch occurs when a player catches the ball with his back to the basket between the free throw line and the base line and attempts to use his height, position, and power to score.

Liz Campage screams during her final WNBA game, the Los Angeles Sparks, against Las Vegas on July 24

Liz Campage screams during her final WNBA game, the Los Angeles Sparks, against Las Vegas on July 24

More details have emerged about the Australian basketball star's exclusion

More details have emerged about the Australian basketball star’s exclusion

Due to the behavior that occurred earlier, his narrow teammates began to pass the ball to her as much as possible, no matter what situation or tactics he advocated.

The 203cm Australian then made a beeline to the locker room for an early exit from the game and reportedly told her teammates she had had enough.

I can’t do this anymore. “Good luck guys,” she said, according to sources.

Liz Campage prepares to take a free throw in her last game at the Los Angeles Sparks on July 24

Liz Campage prepares to take a free throw in her last game at the Los Angeles Sparks on July 24

That led to whispers that she had left the club, before Sparks put things right on Tuesday.

“We share Lise Campage’s decision to terminate her contract with the organization with support,” Eric Holloman, managing partner at Sparks, said in a statement.

We want what’s best for Liz and we’ve agreed to separate amicably. Sparks remains excited about our core group and is focused on our drive toward the 2022 Annex dock.

Cambage joined the WNBA powerhouse as a free agent in February, but her short stint has been mired in controversy from the start.

Aussie star Campag's time with the Sparks began and ended controversially

Aussie star Campag’s time with the Sparks began and ended controversially

She couldn’t get any of the playing numbers she wanted, before the club stepped in and took the number one shirt from Amanda Zahway B without telling her, which left Zahway and their teammates disappointed.

Zahway then found herself suspended, unpaid, for the remainder of the season in an unrelated move.

It’s also understood that Cambage often calls out her teammates for video review sessions, but perhaps the most impactful incident on the club’s deteriorating culture was her alleged racist insults to Nigerian players ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.

Liz Cambage (second from right) is smashed by her teammates during her last game for the Sparks on July 24

Liz Cambage (second from right) is smashed by her teammates during her last game for the Sparks on July 24

Campaj’s alleged racist slurs came during a pre-Olympic brawl between Australia and Nigeria, in which the Australian also sparked two brawls.

Opals and members of the Nigerian team claimed that Cambridge called their opponents “monkeys” and asked the entire team to “go back to your third world country” during a break.

Campig, who is half Nigerian, has continued to deny the allegations.

Liz Campage was born in London to a Nigerian father and an Australian mother before moving to Australia at the age of three months

Liz Campage was born in London to a Nigerian father and an Australian mother before moving to Australia at the age of three months

Her fellow Sparks teammates included Nigerian-American sisters Shimmy and Nika Ogomec.

The team’s chemistry was reportedly not the reason for the Cambage and Sparks split, according to the PR firm they were associated with – but those claims have been fiercely disputed since.

Before reports surfaced of her on-court tantrum and the bombing of the locker room, footage surfaced of Shimmy looking unfriendly with her at a recent press conference.

As Cambage discusses her recovery from a third bout of COVID, Ogwumike can be seen rolling her eyes and shaking her head, clearly unaffected by her teammate.

Fellow Britney Sykes was sandwiched between the pair at the press conference, and he also seemed very unmoved – although her reaction wasn’t as public as Ogomic’s.

Many would say that the facial expressions of teammates Liz Campig (left) Britney Sykes (centre) and Shimi Ogomec (right) sum up the reaction of many WNBA players, fans and pundits to Campbell's implosion.

Many would say that the facial expressions of teammates Liz Campig (left) Britney Sykes (centre) and Shimi Ogomec (right) sum up the reaction of many WNBA players, fans and pundits to Campbell’s implosion.

Despite all the attention Cambage has been getting, the Los Angeles Sparks have struggled since winning the Western Conference in 2019.

The club finished a disappointing sixth place in the conference last season, and have the disappointing 12-15 record this year so far.

Their training site has been described as the worst in the league, and head coach/general manager Derek Fisher was fired in June – and losing Cambridge would be another blow.

So what’s next for Cambage?

Liz Cambage's recent Instagram story included this cryptic post about time becoming precious

Liz Cambage’s recent Instagram story included this cryptic post about time becoming precious

Sparks was the only club interested in signing her, so it’s possible that her highly successful career, albeit a sporadic start, is now over.

She’s not short of a side hustle, however, with a OnlyFans account, modeling career, multivitamin work skills, and DJ skills to base her on.

Head coach Derek Fisher has since warned him of the disaster that was about to unfold before the start of the 2022 season.

‘Will it be great?’ Or will it collapse from within? asked at the team’s pre-season media day, according to Los Angeles Times.

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