20.1 points per game never looked so good. Today the WNBA awarded Skylar Diggins and her 20.1 scoring average with the 2014 WNBA Most Improved Player of the Year award. She won by a landslide with 29 of 38 votes (no other player received more than 2 votes) after leading the Tulsa Shock in scoring, assists, steals and minutes. Her minutes (35.1) also led the league and she was second in points and 4th in assists. Did I mention she also looked really good doing it.
Besides winning the Samsung award she will also recieve “$5,000 and a specially designed trophy.”
So we know she put in work on the court but let’s take a look at the great work she did off the court this year too.