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Date: Friday, Feb. 18, 2018
Location: Los Angeles
Actors, actresses, musicians, former NBA stars, and more will play in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game as All-Star Weekend opens. You can watch some of your favorite stars compete on the hardwood at 7 p.m. ET Friday (live stream).
Since the All-Star Game will take place at Staples Center in Los Angeles, the teams are named in honor of the hosts, Team Lakers and Team Clippers. Rachel Nichols, who hosts The Jump, will coach Team Lakers. Nick Cannon, NBA legends Tracy McGrady and Nate Robinson, and Jerry Ferrara are a few people who will play on the Team Lakers squad.
The roster for the competing Team Clippers includes: Jamie Foxx [Collateral], Anthony Anderson [Black-ish], Miles Brown [Black-ish], Common [Selma], Dascha Polanco [Orange Is the New Black], Win Butler (Arcade Fire’s lead singer), Brandon Armstrong (NBA Impressions Actor/Social Media Star), Paul Pierce (NBA Legend / ESPN analyst), Jason Williams (NBA Legend), Stefanie Dolson (2-time WNBA All Star), Andre De Grasse (Olympic Sprinter/ 5 Medals), and Bubba Watson (2-time Masters Champion).
Hollywood celebrities and NBA/WNBA legends will face off at the 2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game on Friday, February 16 at 7:00 p.m. ET. You can catch the action live right on your laptop at The two rosters, Team Lakers and Team Clippers, will consist of 12 players and three coaches each.
If you’re a basketball purist, then the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game may not be for you. For every Arne Duncan, the former United States Secretary of Education who played basketball at Harvard and dominated this game, you have five celebrities who struggle. But if you just want to sit and be entertained, then perhaps the game is for you. It’s always interesting to see how certain celebrities may fare. Can they actually play, or are they going to go 2-for-14 with six turnovers?