By now you know John Wall isn't just slated to make his second straight All-Star appearance, but will do so as a starter.
Almost a month ago John Wall's eyes lit up when he learned that he was leading Eastern Conference guards in the All-Star vote among fans to be a starter for the first time.
If you're in the D.C. sports blogging game and there is a reason, even a minor one, to type up a story involving the Wizards, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Michael Jordan, you do it.
It's hard catching John Wall on the basketball court.
For a player who handles the ball so much and creates so much off the dribble, John Wall doesn't end up at the free throw line very much.