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2022 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game rosters revealed: Myles Garrett, Machine Gun Kelly, Tiffany Hadish, Mayor Justin Bibb to play

The event will take place at the Wolstein Center on Friday, Feb. 18.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from a previous story.

The 2022 NBA All-Star Game will take place at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on Sunday, Feb. 20. But the star power is coming to Cleveland even sooner than that.

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On Wednesday, the NBA announced the full rosters for its annual Celebrity Game, which will played at Cleveland's Wolstein Center on Friday, Feb. 18. Headlining the game will be Cleveland Browns All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett, Cleveland native and rapper Machine Gun Kelly, actress/comedian Tiffany Hadish, rappers Jack Harlow and Quavo, Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb, as well as a pair of Cleveland Cavaliers legends in Anderson Varejao and Daniel "Booby" Gibson.

The full rosters, which will be coached by NBA legends Bill Walton and Dominique Wilkins, are as follows:

Team Walton

  • Jimmie Allen (singer, songwriter)
  • Brittney Elena (host, actress, athlete and model)
  • Machine Gun Kelly (singer, songwriter)
  • Tiffany Haddish (comedian, actress and author)
  • Dearica Hamby (Las Vegas Aces forward)
  • Nyjah Huston (Olympian, professional skateboarder)
  • Matt James (ABC’s The Bachelor)
  • Quavo (rapper, recording artist)
  • Ranveer Singh (actor)
  • Anderson Varejao (Cleveland Cavaliers legend)

Team Nique

  • Anuel AA (rapper)
  • Mayor Justin Bibb (Mayor of Cleveland)
  • Kane Brown (singer, songwriter)
  • Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns defensive end)
  • Booby Gibson (Cleveland Cavaliers legend)
  • Jack Harlow (rapper, recording artist)
  • Crissa Jackson (Harlem Globetrotters player)
  • Anjali Ranadivé (singer, songwriter)
  • Gianmarco Tamberi (Olympic high jump champion)
  • Alex Toussaint (Peloton instructor)

The game, which will air on ESPN at 7 p.m. ET, will tip off with the Ruffles Ridge 4-point Shooting Competition, in which Ruffles and the NBA will donate $4,000 to support the Thurgood Marshall College Fund for every shot made from behind the line, with a minimum of $40,000.

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