Indiana LEGEND Skylar Diggins-Smith joins the fellas for this week’s episode of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles. Sky talks about being a highly recruited high schooler, and why it was so important to stay close to home when she went to college. She also dishes on what she loved about the rivalry that Notre Dame has with UCONN. D and Q give her kudos for putting ND women’s hoops on the map. She discusses being the first female athlete signed to Roc Nation and what her first phone call with Jay-Z was like. She then moves on to her time in the WNBA — her years in Tulsa, what it was like to play with Liz Cambage in Dallas, and what she’ll be looking forward to when she steps on the court with Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner in Phoenix. Finally, Skylar touches on the social climate in the country and gives her perspective on how we can all be better. Skylar Diggins-Smith, a walking bucket since middle school, tells it all.
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