The annual NBA All-Star weekend is upon us, which means the Sprint Celebrity game is going to kick it off. The game with even less meaning than the actual All-Star game, but all kinds of entertainment, has a slew of celebrities taking the court.
From actors to NBA management to Little League pitchers, it seems like everyone’s set to show up for the big night.
Here’s the roster:
Kevin Hart– Comedian
Ansel Elgort– Actor
Anthony Anderson– “Blackish”
Mo’ne Davis– Little League phenom
Win Butler– Arcade Fire
Chadwick Boseman– “42”
Nick Cannon– “America’s Got Talent”
Allan Houston– Former NBA All-Star, New York Knicks Assistant General Manager
Chris Mullin– Basketball Hall of Famer
Blake Leeper– Gold Medal-Winning U.S. Paralympic athlete
Michael Rapaport– Actor
Robert Pera– Memphis Grizzlies Owner
Kristen Ledlow– “NBA Inside Stuff presented by Samsung Galaxy” co-host
Abhishek Bachchan– Bollywood star
Shoni Schimmel– Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
Skylar Diggins– Tulsa Shock (WNBA)
Tina Charles– New York Liberty (WNBA)
One team will be coached by Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, and the other by Knicks super-fan Spike Lee. ESPN radio hosts Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg will serve as assistant coaches. The teams have not yet been announced.
The game, which will be played at Madison Square Garden in New York, will be broadcast on ESPN at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, February 13.