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The NBA All Star weekend festivities kick off on Friday night with the celebrity game and the Rising Stars game. Here you can find all the TV info and rosters for each event.

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Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant reacts during the second half against the Portland Trail Blazers at FedExForum. Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA All-Star weekend kicks off on Friday with a solid mix of fun and competition. The festivities open at 7:00 p.m. with the Celebrity Game. There will be some celebrities who take the game a little too seriously, but frankly that might add to the fun of it. It follows with the Rising Stars Game, where the young guns of the NBA look to make their mark in front of a national audience.

2020 All-Star Celebrity Game presented by Ruffles

The game will be begin at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN with Michael Wilbon and Stephen A. Smith serving as coaches. It will be available for live online stream at WatchESPN. Here are the complete rosters.

Team Wilbon

Captain: Common
Bad Bunny
Hannibal Buress
Kane Brown
Jon Batiste
Alex Moffat
Chef Jose Andres
Famous Los
Jidenna
Chelsea Gray
Quentin Richardson

Team Stephen A.

Captain: Chance The Rapper
Quavo
Taylor Bennett
LaRoyce Hawkins
Anthony “Spice” Adams
Marc Lasry
Ronnie 2K
Katelyn Ohashi
Lil Rey Howery
A’ja Wilson
Darius Miles

2020 NBA Rising Stars Game

The Rising Stars Game features the top rookies and top sophomore players squaring off in a Team World vs. Team USA format. The game begins at 9 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on TNT. You can watch it via live stream at TNT’s website or via a free trial at fuboTV.

Here are the complete rosters for both sides.

U.S. Roster: Miles Bridges, CHA; Devonte’ Graham, CHA; Tyler Herro, MIA; Jaren Jackson Jr., MEM; Ja Morant, MEM; Kendrick Nunn, MIA; Eric Paschall, GSW; PJ Washington, CHA; Zion Williamson, NOP; Trae Young, ATL

World Roster: Nickeil Alexander-Walker, NOP; Deandre Ayton, PHX; RJ Barrett, NYK; Brandon Clarke, MEM; Luka Doncic, DAL; Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, OKC; Rui Hachimura, WAS; Svi Mykhailiuk, DET; Josh Okogie, MIN; Moritz Wagner, WAS