Ever wonder what your favorite WNBA players are doing during the offseason? WNBA.com will be checking in with players to see how they stay busy.
Skylar Diggins a guard for the Tulsa Shock. This offseason, she is working on her game with a strict workout regimen.
Diggins showed as much improvement from her rookie season to her second season as any player in recent memory. After averaging just 8.5 points on 32.8 percent shooting as a rookie in 2013, Diggins averaged 20.1 points in her sophomore campaign on her way to being named the 2014 Most Improved Player presented by Samsung as well as being an eye-opening First Team All-WNBA selection.
That kind of improvement does not take place without a strong offseason regimen. Last year, Diggins took a more private approach to her offseason plans. This season, she is sharing her workout secrets.