John Wall played 15 minutes off the bench, scored 12 points and had a few highlights in Sunday's All-Star Game that was won by the East 163-155.
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John Wall set the stakes for a friendly bet with teammate Bradley Beal if Kentucky lost to Florida, and that means he'll have to wear a one-piece orange suit at practice this week.
Winning the slam-dunk competition was one thing for John Wall, but being MVP of the All-Star Game is a long shot because he is a reserve behind Kyrie Irving.
Roy Hibbert's rise to now two-time NBA All-Star has not surprisingly made his former Georgetown coach John Thompson III oh so proud.