Skylar Diggins is over the talk of the pressure being on her. The former Notre Dame star says she wants to be a tough competitor for the Tulsa Shock and stressed that her time in college prepared her for the spotlight. Diggins was the third overall pick in this year’s WNBA draft, behind Phoenix’s Brittney Griner and Chicago’s Elena Della Donne. Diggins took time to speak with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on the Shock’s season outlook, her relationship with Jay-Z, and her feelings about being apart of the “3 to see” in preparation for her first WNBA game against the Atlanta Dream.
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