The National Basketball Association has confirmed the postponed January game between the Utah Jazz and the Washington Wizards has been rearranged for February 19th.
The originally scheduled game was cancelled due to the East Coast blizzard in late January.
The game at the Verizon Center will be Utah's first post-All-Star and will be followed by a home game against the Boston Celtics.
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Utah are eight in the Western Conference and have a real chance of reaching the playoffs for the first time since the 2011-12 season.
For the Wizards, it has been a tough season as they find themselves 10th in the East with a 22-26 record - three games back from the Indiana Pacers in eighth place.
They have won just three of their previous ten NBA games and face three conference rivals before All-Star.
Facing the Jazz will kick off a run of three games in as many days following the NBA's showpiece event next weekend.
Wizards points guard John Wall will compete in his third All-Star game in Toronto having enjoyed a strong season so far. The three-time All-Star has been averaging 19.9 points and 9.8 assists per game.