ESPN and the NBA today announced the celebrity coaches and rosters for the 2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game presented by Ruffles, which takes place on Friday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. ET. The game will take place at the Verizon Up Arena at the Los Angeles Convention Center and is part of NBA All-Star 2018.
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On todays episode of ESPNs The Jump, host Rachel Nichols revealed that she and fellow ESPN commentator Katie Nolan will serve as the celebrity coaches. Nichols will be joined by hoops Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady and actor Michael B. Jordan to coach Team Lakers.
Nolan assisted by NBA legend and ESPN analyst Paul Pierce, as well as actor and recording artist Common to coach Team Clippers.
The celebrity rosters are as follows –
Anthony Anderson (ABCs black-ish), Brandon Armstrong (actor, social media star), Miles Brown (ABCs black-ish), Win Butler (Arcade Fire), Common (actor, recording artist), Andre De Grasse (Olympic sprinter), Stefanie Dolson (WNBAs Chicago Sky), Jamie Foxx (actor, singer, musician), Paul Pierce (NBA legend, ESPN analyst), Dascha Polanco (actress, activist), Bubba Watson (two-time Masters champion) and Jason Williams (NBA legend).
Sterling Brim (MTVs Ridiculousness), Nick Cannon (actor, recording artist, star of MTVs WildN Out), Terence Crawford (boxer), Rachel DeMita (NBA2KTV host, actress, model), Jerry Ferrara (STARZs Power), Marc Lasry (Milwaukee Bucks co-owner), Tracy McGrady (NBA legend, ESPNanalyst), Caleb McLaughlin (Netflixs Stranger Things), Candace Parker (WNBAs Los Angeles Sparks), Nate Robinson (NBA legend), Drew Scott (HGTVs Property Brothers) and Kris Wu (actor, singer, music producer).