Manuel Queimadelos Alonso
James Harden and Russell Westbrook will serve as coaches for the 2013 NBA Celebrity Game that includes names such as sprinter Usain Bolt and former hoops star Dikembe Mutombo.
Olympic multiple gold-medalist sprinter Usain Bolt and former NBA center Dikembe Mutombo lead the list of stars who will participate in the 2013 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game on Friday. Former teammates James Harden and Russell Westbrook will serve as head coaches for the East and West teams for the event, and they'll get help from assistants in actress and rap artist Queen Latifah and TV host Samantha Harris.
Comedian and actor Kevin Hart, who won the MVP honors in the 2012 Celebrity Game, is among the notable names that fill out the rosters. US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, a former Harvard basketball player who led the East squad to an 86-54 win during last season's All-Star Celebrity Game, is among those joining Hart.
Actor Nick Cannon, actor Josh Hutcherson, R&B artists Ne-Yo and Trey Songz, and rapper Common are among the other entertainers taking part in the game. Clyde Drexler, Sean Elliott, Bruce Bowen, and WNBA players Tamika Catchings and Maya Moore join Mutombo on the list of players participating. E! News anchor Terrence Jenkins, ABC News' John Schriffen and ESPN host Ryen Russillo are the media members who will play in the game.
Date/Time: Friday, Feb. 15; 7 p.m. ET