The NBA games are here! NBA All-Star weekend kicks off this Friday night with the celebrity game. The celebrity game has seen some world stars. Like Snoop Dogg, Nick Cannon, Justin Timberlake, Kevin Hart and many more.
All these celebrities have taken part in the game. The year 2019 will witness a whole lot of new celebrities take part in the NBA game.
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game TV Channel in the USA
All of the events from NBA All-Stars will be broadcasted live on TNT. However, the Friday night Celebrity NBA Game will be exclusively covered by ESPN. The coverage of the game will begin at 7 pm ET and will be on for two hours.
NBA All-Stars Celebrity Game live stream
All the fans who will be unable to watch the NBA game live on TV will have an option to watch it online. ESPN+ will be available for free trial. Other services which include PlayStation, Vue, Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV will also stream the event live.
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game roster
Home Mike Colter: Luke Cage actor Chris Daughtry: recording artist Terrence J: on-air host and actor Famous Los: comedian and social media influencer Dr. Oz: television personality Rapsody: rapper and recording artist Bo Rinehart: NEEDTOBREATHE vocalist and musician JB Smoove: Actor and comedian Steve Smith: NFL great A’ja Wilson: 2018 WNBA Rookie of the Year Jay Williams: ESPN college basketball analyst Jason Weinmann: hometown hero
Away Ronnie 2K: Director of Influencer Marketing Ray Allen: Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer AJ Buckley: SEAL Team actor Bad Bunny: recording artist Stefanie Dolson: WNBA’s Chicago Sky center Marc Lasry: co-owner, Milwaukee Bucks Hasan Minhaj: actor: comedian and host of Netflix’s Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj Quavo: rapper and recording artist Adam Ray: comedian, About Last Night podcast Amanda Seales: actor and comedian: recording artist James Shaw Jr.: hometown hero Brad Williams: comedian, About Last Night podcast