Celebrity All-Star Game Rosters 2017: East & West Teams

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Arcade Fire’s Win Butler is back for another NBA Celebrity All-Star Game. (Getty)

The NBA All-Star Celebrity Game has the annual tradition of kicking off All-Star Weekend as the first event. This year is no different as a star studded lineup takes the court at the Superdome in New Orleans.

ESPN’s Sportscenter hosts Michael Smith and Jemele Hill will square off as the coaches of the two teams. Smith will be joined by Draymond Green and Rocsi Diaz to fill out the West’s coaching staff. For the East, Hill is joined by Kyle Lowry and Fat Joe.

Some of the notable names on the West are Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, former NBA point guard Baron Davis, WNBA player Candace Parker and rapper Master P.

Former NBA player Jason Williams leads the East squad. Williams will be joined by Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, Nick Cannon and YouTube sensation Brandon Armstrong. Butler was last year’s MVP of the game.

The format will return to the players being randomly distributed rather than last year’s United States-Canada format. Here’s a look at the East and West rosters for the celebrity game courtesy of NBA.com.

West Team Roster

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Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban is part of the West squad. (Getty)

Miles Brown (actor)
Tom Cavanagh (actor)
Mark Cuban (Dallas Mavericks owner)
Baron Davis (NBA legend)
Andy Grammer (recording artist)
Jiang Jinfu (actor, model)
Anthony Mackie (actor)
Romeo Miller (actor/rapper)
Hasan Minhaj (actor/comedian)
Master P (actor/rapper)
Candace Parker (Los Angeles Sparks)
Aarón Sánchez (celebrity chef)

Michael Smith (ESPN host)
Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors)
Rocsi Diaz (television personality)

East Team Roster

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Former NBA player Jason Williams is one of the celebrities on the East roster. (Getty)

Brandon Armstrong (former NBA D-League player/social media star)
Win Butler (Arcade Fire Lead Singer)
Nick Cannon (actor/musician)
Rachel DeMita (NBA2K TV personality)
Ansel Elgort (actor/musician)
Marc Lasry (Milwaukee Bucks owner)
Caleb McLaughlin (actor)
Peter Rosenberg (Radio/TV Host)
Oscar Schmidt (Former Brazilian Basketball Player)
Lindsay Whalen (WNBA player)
Jason Williams (Former NBA Player)
Kris Wu (musician)

Jemele Hill (ESPN host)
Kyle Lowry (Toronto Raptors)
Fat Joe (rapper)