NBA All-Star Weekend officially kicks off on Friday night with the All-Star Celebrity Game and the Mountain Dew Kickstart Rising Stars Challenge, which showcases some of the youngest and brightest stars in the game today.
Celebrities for the 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game will be split up into two teams — Team Lakers and Team Clippers. Rachel Nichols will serve as a coach for Team Lakers along with Tracy McGrady and Michael B. Jordan, while Katie Nolan will lead Team Clippers with some assistance from Paul Pierce and Common.
Team Lakers is headlined by former Celebrity All-Star Game MVP Justin Bieber, WNBA star Candace Parker and actor/singer Kris Wu, who performed prior to Super Bowl 52.
Team Clippers will feature Jamie Foxx and Quavo from Atlanta hip-hop group Migos.
How can you tune in to Friday night’s All-Star Celebrity Game? Here is all of the information you need to catch the action from the opening tip-off:
2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Rosters
Sterling Brim (MTV’s “Ridiculousness”)
Nick Cannon (actor, recording artist, star of MTV’s Wild’N Out)
Terence Crawford (boxer)
Rachel DeMita (NBA2KTV host, actress, model)
Jerry Ferrara (STARZ’s “Power”)
Marc Lasry (Milwaukee Bucks co-owner)
Tracy McGrady (NBA legend, ESPN analyst)
Caleb McLaughlin (Netflix’s “Stranger Things”)
Candace Parker (WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks)
Nate Robinson (NBA legend)
Drew Scott (HGTV’s “Property Brothers”)
Kris Wu (actor, singer, music producer)
Justin Bieber (Justin Bieber)
Brandon Armstrong (actor, social media star)
Miles Brown (ABC’s “black-ish”)
Win Butler (Arcade Fire)
Common (actor, recording artist)
Andre De Grasse (Olympic sprinter)
Stefanie Dolson (WNBA’s Chicago Sky)
Jamie Foxx (actor, singer, musician)
Paul Pierce (NBA legend, ESPN analyst)
Dascha Polanco (actress, activist)
Bubba Watson (two-time Masters champion)
Jason Williams (NBA legend)