This All-Star weekend will be different for John Wall, who'll be starting for the first time in his second consecutive appearance on the grandest of all stages at New York's Madison Square Garden.
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.
Kevin Durant's intent in the final seconds of overtime was simple: Be the hero.
Last year's winner of the slam-dunk competition, John Wall, won't be participating at All-Star weekend next month in New York, the Wizards point guard has told CSNwashington.com.
Usually, John Wall is pretty coy about what he says post-game to avoid getting fined by the NBA for criticizing league officials.