Roster Announced for 2019 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game

Above: Quavo hoists last year's MVP trophy
Above: Quavo hoists last year's MVP trophy

This year’s NBA All-Star festivities are right around the corner, and while everyone and their grandma tunes in to check out marquee events like the slam dunk contest, there’s really enough novelty going on to warrant your close attention. Aside from the main event, and much like every other edition, this forthcoming weekend will also feature the always intriguing and often hilarious, celebrity match.

As per tradition, the celeb game will bring prominent people from the worlds of television, music, and film onto the hardwood floor for a light-hearted game of basketball. Previous outings have been bolstered by appearances from heavy hitters like Just Bieber, Kevin Hart, and Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, who dominated play and garnered some newfound sports fans in the process.

This time around, viewers will get an interesting mix of cats from all across Hollywood including Nick Cannon, Dr. Oz, and 2018 MVP Quavo, who is of course a third of popular rap group Migos. The 2019 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game, which is presented by Ruffles, will go down on February 15, two days before the actual All-Star Game itself. You can take a full look at the roster below.


Home Team

Nick Cannon
Mike Colter
Chris Daughtry
Terrence J
Famous Los
Dr. Oz
Rapsody
JB Smoove
Steve Smith
A’ja Wilson
Jay Williams
Jason Weinmann


Away Team

Ronnie 2K
Ray Allen
AJ Buckley
Bad Bunny
Stefanie Dolson
Marc Lasry
Hasan Minhaj
Quavo
Adam Ray
Amanda Seales
James Shaw Jr.
Brad Williams

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan is a writer from Toronto. His favourite things in the world are music, movies, and mini dachshunds. Give him a follow on Twitter at @aidandaoust, where he’ll also accept your mixtape submissions.

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