Bristol’s Ballers in their Birthday Suits edition gives new and better meaning to #BodyGoals.
Previous WNBA players that we have seen a lot of in previous ESPN Body Issues include Brittney Griner, Candace Parker, Nneka Ogwumike, Sue Bird, Elena Delle Donne and Breanna Stewart.
Add the face – and physique – of Australian women’s basketball, Liz Cambage, to that list.
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) August 27, 2019
Along with her imposing play on the court, she has done a lot to promote body positivity as she was also featured in a campaign for Bonds – an Australian clothing brand. Cambage also opened up about her continued struggles with mental health in a piece for The Players’ Tribune.
Cambage is not the only representative from the women’s basketball realm that shall bare all for this year’s edition as ESPN also announced that Nancy Lieberman is among this year’s Body Issue roster.
Lieberman is currently head coach of Big 3’s Power and was last year’s Big 3 Coach of the Year. She also was an assistant coach of the Sacramento Kings and a Basketball Hall of Famer.
Other athletes include Chris Paul, Christian Yelich, Jason Kelce, Kelley O’Hara, Katelyn Ohashi, Myles Garrett, Lakey Peterson and Brooks Koepka.
ESPN will release the full gallery on Sept. 4 with the magazine hitting newsstands on Sept. 6.