The NBA And ESPN Announce The Full Teams For The 2018 Celebrity All-Star Game

Each year, basketball players aren't the only ones that have their own All-Star game. In 2018, the NBA is again hosting another All-Star game featuring many celebrities from all walks of life.

The NBA has officially announced now the many famous names that will be trying their best to play basketball on All-Star weekend. ESPN posted the full rosters and you can see then down below.

Team Clippers:

  • Anthony Anderson
  • Brandon Armstrong
  • Miles Brown
  • Win Butler
  • Common
  • Andre De Grasse
  • Stefanie Dolson
  • Jamie Foxx
  • Paul Pierce
  • Dascha Polanco
  • Bubba Watson
  • Jason Williams

Team Lakers:

  • Sterling Brim
  • Nick Cannon
  • Terence Crawford
  • Rachel DeMita
  • Jerry Ferrara
  • Marc Lasry
  • Tracy McGrady
  • Caleb McLaughlin
  • Candace Parker
  • Nate Robinson
  • Drew Scott
  • Kris Wu

There are some familiar names on the lists because some of these people have played in the Celebrity All-Star game before.

Names like Rachel DeMita, Nick Cannon, Anthony Anderson and Common have all been a part of the NBA festivities before.

Win Butler from the band Arcade Fire is also a regular in the celebrity game and is arguably one of the better celebrity basketball players.

That said, his skills are still not up to par with the former NBA Legends and WNBA players though.

To make this year's game even more interesting, the Celebrity All-Star game is going to introduce the first ever 4 point line. Every shot that gets made goes to charity.

The NBA Celebrity All-Star game will air on ESPN at Friday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. ET. The game will also be broadcast via the ESPN app if you're not able to watch it on TV.

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