Wizards fans: Vote for John Wall in the All-Star Game

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People, All-Star voting has STARTED and there are many ways for us to cast votes!

It is important for us, well at least to me, to get John in as a STARTER. He really has been one of the top guards in the East this year and his skill set would absolutely THRIVE in the highlight reel portions of the game and add credibility for him throughout the league.

We have to BLITZ the vote. We need to vote on all of our mobile devices, our spouses' and significant others' mobile devices to do all we can. Also, let's vote WITHOUT voting for Dwyane Wade, Derrick Rose or Kyrie Irving. These are the guys who are going to steal the vote from John. Vote for Wall and DON'T VOTE FOR THEM!

Below are the many ways you can vote via


Since you can vote up to 10 times a day, though for only one player per tweet, and because retweets count as votes we’re going all in on Twitter voting this year. Just tweet Full Player Name + #NBABallot and you’ve voted! Get started tweeting "John Wall #NBABallot,"


Instagram voting is about the same as Twitter, just with a photo added. Post an original photo and put the first and last name of your favorite player in the caption, along with #NBABallot. Just like Twitter, you can vote for 10 players each day.


Similar to Instagram and Twitter, we just need you to post Full Player Name + #NBABallot and you’ve cast your vote. Remember that any likes or comments on your post don’t count as votes the same way retweets do. So in any posts you make on Facebook we ask that you urge your friends to post their votes as well.

4. Vote Online

You can also vote online here. Limit 1 ballot entry with up to ten (10) players per computer per day.

5. Vote from Your Phone

  • Vote by texting a player’s last name to 69622 (MYNBA). Limit ten votes per phone per day, and only one vote per player within a 24-hour period. Message and data rates may apply.
  • Wizards fans can vote by entering on their mobile device browser to vote. Limit one ballot per phone per day.
  • You can also vote via the NBA Game Time and NBA Game Time from Sprint apps. Limit one ballot per phone per day.
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