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& # 39; Thanks for all you do & # 39 ;: Las Vegas Aces Center, Elizabeth Cambage, 27, shared a heart-warming tribute to American basketball legend Kobe Bryant, 40, after Aces 83-70's win against the Los Angeles Sparks on Sunday.

& # 39; Thank you for everything you do for women's basketball & # 39 ;: WNBA star Liz Cambage poses with Kobe Bryant after Las Vegas Aces victory

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She is one of the most famous athletes in Australia.

And on Monday, Las Vegas Aces Center, Elizabeth Cambage, 27, shared a heart-warming tribute to the American basketball legend, Kobe Bryant, 40.

The WNBA star went on Instagram and shared a photo of the couple at the Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las Vegas and thanked Kobe for supporting women's basketball after the Aces 83-70 win against the Los Angeles Sparks on Sunday.

& # 39; Thanks for all you do & # 39 ;: Las Vegas Aces Center, Elizabeth Cambage, 27, shared a heart-warming tribute to American basketball legend Kobe Bryant, 40, after Aces 83-70's win against the Los Angeles Sparks on Sunday.

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& # 39; Thanks for all you do & # 39 ;: Las Vegas Aces Center, Elizabeth Cambage, 27, shared a heart-warming tribute to American basketball legend Kobe Bryant, 40, after Aces 83-70's win against the Los Angeles Sparks on Sunday.

& # 39; Thank you @kobebryant for coming and supporting tonight and everything you do for women's basketball, & # 39; she wrote.

And it comes after Liz showed her incredible face in a makeup-free selfie that was shared on Instagram this month.

In the caption, she encouraged followers to embrace their natural state.

Stunner: And it comes after Liz showed off her incredible face in this makeup-free selfie shared on Instagram this month

Stunner: And it comes after Liz showed off her incredible face in this makeup-free selfie shared on Instagram this month

Stunner: And it comes after Liz showed off her incredible face in this makeup-free selfie shared on Instagram this month

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& # 39; Verified I am all for women posting photos without makeup and without filter & # 39 ;, she started.

Liz continued: & # 39; Although there is nothing wrong with getting glamorous, we are equally beautiful in our natural state, mistakes and everything.

& # 39; I am very proud to work with @dove, @gettyimages and @girlgaze on Project #ShowUs.

& # 39; Although there is nothing wrong with getting glamorous, we are just as beautiful in our natural state, defects and everything, & # 39; she wrote in the caption. Shown on a different Instagram photo

& # 39; Although there is nothing wrong with getting glamorous, we are just as beautiful in our natural state, defects and everything, & # 39; she wrote in the caption. Shown on a different Instagram photo

& # 39; Although there is nothing wrong with getting glamorous, we are just as beautiful in our natural state, defects and everything, & # 39; she wrote in the caption. Shown on a different Instagram photo

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& # 39; With 70% of women feeling that they are not represented by everyday images in the media, it's time to show the world who and what we really are: strong, powerful and beautiful & # 39 ;.

The London-born sportswoman made history in 2016 by being the first woman to score a batter in Olympic basketball.

She was introduced to the game at the age of 10 by her mother Julie.

The London-born sportswoman made history in 2016 by being the first woman to score a batter in Olympic basketball

The London-born sportswoman made history in 2016 by being the first woman to score a batter in Olympic basketball

The London-born sportswoman made history in 2016 by being the first woman to score a batter in Olympic basketball

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