The official rosters for the NBA All-Star Celebrity game have been announced.
Reigning MVP Kevin Hart will be back on the court, alongside a host of musicians, actors, WNBA stars and NBA legends.
2013 All-Stars James Harden of the Houston Rockets and former teammate Russell Westbrook from the Oklahoma Thunder will coach the East and West teams. They will be assisted by Queen Latifah and TV host Samantha Harris.
The full roster includes Grammy Award-winner Ne-Yo, Nick Cannon, Josh Hutcherson from "The Hunger Games", Trey Songz, Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, E! News anchor Terrence Jenkins, Common, ABC News correspondent John Schriffen, ESPN host Ryen Russillo (ESPN Host), NBA Legends Dikembe Mutombo (eight-time NBA All-Star), Clyde Drexler (ten-time NBA All-Star), Sean Elliott (two-time NBA All-Star), and Bruce Bowen (NBA legend), WNBA stars Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever and Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx.
The festive match-up will take place Feb. 15 at the Sprint Arena in Houston and will air on ESPN at 7pm E.T. Fans can catch the game through NBA Game Time from the Sprint app, available on Android and iPhone, as well as WatchESPN.