Drake and Kevin Hart are set to coach against each other in the highly-anticipated Celebrity All-Star Game at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, directing a slew of stars on the hardwood.
6God himself will lead one of the only rosters in basketball that doesn't feature a player he's name-dropped. To review: Lou Williams, James Harden, Andrew Wiggins, Stephen Curry and, most recently, Draymond Green.
Drake will be accompanied by two-time MVP Steve Nash and bat-flipping badman Jose Bautista as coaches on the bench.
Their team is lead by veteran Win Butler of Arcade Fire and three current and former Canadian pros in Houston Rockets forward Tracy McGrady, Indiana Fever forward Natalie Achonwa and Los Angeles Lakers forward Rick Fox.
It's unclear which or how many movies four-time Celebrity All-Star MVP Hart will promote, but the energetic comedian-turned-coach opposite Drake should foil a Gregg Popovich halftime interview.
Listed on Hart's roster is seven-time participant Nick Cannon, retired Detroit Pistons star Chauncey Billups, WNBA MVP and Chicago Sky forward Elena Delle Donne and "Creed" actor Michael B. Jordan.
The full roster is listed here.
Date: Feb. 12
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Place: Air Canada Centre, Toronto
Online Streaming: WatchESPN
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Big Omission: Why wouldn't President Obama partake in the All-Star Celebrity Game?
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