John Wall's time to become a full fledge superstar might start this season. Not only did he compete in the Slam Dunk Contest for the first time, but 2014 marks his first appearance in the All-Star Game alongside some of the league’s best.
As team leader and franchise cornerstone of the Washington Wizards, the recognition Wall has received this year solidifies what the young guard already knows—he is an annual All-Star on the rise.
BleacherReport.com was granted exclusive access to follow Wall during his journey as a first time All-Star.
They had the opportunity to chronicle Wall’s journey through parties, events, practice sessions and, of course, the game on Sunday. Wall is currently averaging 19.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 8.5 assists as the Wizards are trying to make a comeback in the Playoffs. They are currently sixth in the East with a 25-28 win-loss record and trying to maintain their hold of the spot and if possible will improve it. They are only a game ahead of the 7th place Brooklyn Nets and half game behind 5th ranked Atlanta Hawks.
John Wall wants to be the best point guard ever in the NBA
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