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NBA All Star 2011: John Wall Makes This Face, Beats DeMarcus Cousins For Assist Record - Half Smokes - SB Nation DC

That was the face John Wall made when TNT sideline reporter asked him if Cousins gets angry when he doesn't get the ball. Ummmmmm. Maybe Wall should have just refered Sager to this incident.    

NBA All-Star Weekend: Wizards' John Wall gets his first taste of all-star festivities - Washington Post

On the night he arrived in the city where he trained before the Washington Wizards drafted him No. 1 overall, Wall was presented a challenge by Orlando Magic all-starcenter Dwight Howard at the celebrity pool tournament hosted by Magic Johnson and Alonzo Mourning. Howard dared anyone to get on the stage and show who could do the best rendition of the popular dance, the Dougie.

Boston Celtics reserve Glen "Big Baby" Davis joined Wall and several others in a Dougie dance-off, and Wall was fairly confident about who came away the winner.

"I think I did," Wall said, having already learned from his Dougie battle with R&B singer Chris Brown at a New Year's Eve party.

John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins too much for sophs - ESPN

News flash: This season's rookie class isn't just Blake Griffin.

And while the hometown L.A. crowd roared, "We want Blake!" on Friday night, it instead was treated to a pretty good show by the tandem of John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins.

John Wall Sets Rookie Challenge Record With 22 Assists, Wins Game MVP -- NBA FanHouse

"I was keeping count through the whole game," Wall said of his assists. "I asked before the game what the assist record was and throughout the game my teammates were telling me, 'it's four away' or 'it's five away'. After I got it, we were just trying to get the win."

Truth About It " A Carefree John Wall Resurfaces

"I'm just trying to get better every game. I think we have a great coaching staff and we've lost a lot of tough games. I want to take over the team more an lead it, not just by scoring, but getting in the offensive set, and learning how to close out games in the fourth quarter."

Wizards Insider - John Wall wins MVP, sets assist record in Rookie Challenge victory

"Wasn't anybody playing defense," he said. "That's good. You don't have to worry about Coach Flip [Saunders] or nobody yelling at me."    

For a weekend, the Kentucky trio reunites -

It wasn't a coincidence that DeMarcus CousinsJohn Wall and Eric Bledsoe all sat within arm's length of each other during media availability following their Rookie Challenge practice. The three have been separated for a few months, but if just for a weekend, it's like the good old days in Lexington. 

"It's great for us to all be on the floor again together," John Wall said. "It's probably for the last time too unless something happens in the future with some trades or something. So it's cool."