John Wall, Bradley Beal still lagging behind in NBA All-Star voting


There wasn't much change at all in the second round of NBA All-Star fan voting that was released on Thursday, at least for the Wizards. John Wall remains seventh among Eastern Conference guards and Bradley Beal isn't listed at all.

That doesn't mean they didn't get more votes. Wall has more than doubled his vote count from around 87,000 to over 173,000. That's still not enough to vault him to the top, but it's progress.

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Here is the full list of All-Star votes, which still includes a ton of support for Warriors role player Zaza Pachulia:

Wall expressed disappointment with the first round of voting and likely won't be pleased with this one, either. Fortunately for him, media and NBA players will also have their say this year.

Wall is having the best season of his career. He's averaging 22.8 points, 10.3 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game. Beal is also posting career-bests of 22.5 points per game and a 45.8 field goal percentage.


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