Canadian rapper Drake and American comedian Kevin Hart will serve as coaches for the NBA's All-Star Celebrity Game. It will feature a Canada vs. U.S. format, with the game to be played February 12th at Toronto's Ricoh Coliseum.
Drake's team includes Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler, Drew and Jonathan Scott of ''Property Brothers,'' tennis player Milos Raonic, actor-singer Kris Wu and NBA TV analyst Rick Fox. Hart's team features Anthony Anderson of ''blackish,'' ''Creed'' star Michael B. Jordan, Bryshere ''Yazz'' Gray of ''Empire'' and ''America's Got Talent'' host Nick Cannon. The NBA All-Star Game itself is set for Sunday, February 14th at Toronto's Air Canada Centre. It will be the first time the NBA has held its All-Star Game outside of the U.S.
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