Jeff Teague


John Wall won't have any company at the All-Star Game after no Wizards players were chosen by coaches to be reserves Thursday night, but the Atlanta Hawks had three.


We know the Eastern Conference All-Star starters, including Washington Wizards guard John Wall. By Thursday night we'll know the reserves as well. One man's take who gets those reserve slots.


The first time these teams met, the Wizards did themselves in with turnovers in a loss to the Atlanta Hawks.


The shots weren't going down for Bradley Beal earlier in the week, when he went 0-for-5 in the first half vs. the depleted New York Knicks.


Taking a look at the boxscore alone, the Wizards were better than the Atlanta Hawks in field-goal accuracy and rebounding but didn't have Nene in that game at Verizon Center on Nov. 25.