Through the first 21 games of the 2018 WNBA season, Dallas Wings center Liz Cambage was the league's second leading scorer. Despite five years away from the United States playing in Australia and China, she was playing at an All-Star level, combining with Skylar Diggins-Smith to make the Wings into a genuine contender. Then, against the New York Liberty in Game 22, Cambage etched herself into the record book, scoring a WNBA-record 53 points on 17-of-22 shooting and cementing herself as Dallas' most interesting athlete. Cambage is a fiery competitor, an outspoken advocate for gender equity in sports and one of DFW's very best follows on Twitter. Her bandwagon isn't full yet, but seats are going fast.