"I'm not going to be a starter so it doesn't matter," h…

“I’m not going to be a starter so it doesn’t matter,” he quipped after Wizards practice on Wednesday. “I’m positive. Let’s just be honest. Right? We all can be honest, right?” … Basically, Beal has a lot of competition. He gets it and insists he isn’t losing sleep over the pending announcement. “Even then I don’t let it consume me. It’s not like a goal of mine like ‘oh, I’ve gotta be an All-Star.’ If I am, it’s great. It’s even more motivation to continue to get better. Even if I’m not an All-Star, I’m not going to be mad or upset,” he said.
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Jordan Clarkson calls for more accountability from referees following dangerous non-call on foul

Jordan Clarkson, meanwhile, was pointedly hoping to avoid the more substantial financial penalty assessed to players for similarly frank assessments, while still getting across his view that the crew of Brothers, Karl Lane, and part-timer Intae Hwang whiffed not only that particular play, but myriad others. His tone was measured, and he expressed appreciation for the difficult nature of the jobs that referees have to do — but he also conceded to being “super-upset” about the lack of a call, and was clear in his displeasure at a perceived double-standard which doesn’t allow for negative public assessment of officials who miss myriad calls.