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.
Wall only tried the NBA dunk contest winning dunk once before, and that's all he needed.
With his mother ailing and in the hospital, John Wall was able to focus on the dunk contest, pulled off a unique throwdown on the first attempt and won convincingly Saturday night.
Bradley Beal had to come from behind to tie the score in the final round, forced an extra session but wasn't able to knock off Marco Belinelli.