Phoenix Mercury's Skylar Diggins-Smith calls coach Diana Taurasi a clown
The force is climbing between Phoenix Mercury coach Vanessa Nygaard and her guard Skylar Diggins-Smith over the ongoing year's WNBA All-Star conclusions.
Diggins-Smith, 31, secured her sixth tip top player assurance this year.
The Indiana neighborhood will get the starting in the affiliation's All-Star game on July 10 in Chicago.
Various starters in the 2022 WNBA All-Star Game consolidate Candace Parker, Breanna Stewart, A'ja Wilson, and Nneka Ogwumike, among others.
One name noticeably missing from the 2022 overview, in any case, is ten-time tip top player and Diggins-Smith's partner, Diana Taurasi.
Nygaard uninhibitedly went against Taurasi's scold, saying in a media appearance that "there will be a game in Chicago
yet it won't be an All-Star Game since Diana Taurasi isn't there."
Diggins-Smith, who has straightforwardly battled with Taurasi this season