ESPN and the NBA have disclosed the rosters and coaching teams for the upcoming 2024 Ruffles® NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, slated to occur at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., on Friday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. ET. The event promises a diverse cast of celebrities from music, sports, film, and beyond, with exclusive coverage on ESPN and the ESPN App.
Hosted by ESPN’s Cassidy Hubbarth, the broadcast will feature play-by-play commentary by Ryan Ruocco, alongside analysts Richard Jefferson and Monica McNutt, with a special appearance by Pat McAfee. Notable players include Jennifer Hudson, Metta World Peace, Micah Parsons, CJ Stroud, Kai Cenat, and Grammy-nominated artists AJ McLean and SiR.
Returning stars like Olympic High Jump Champion Gianmarco Tamberi and Latin American Music Award-winning artist Anuel AA add to the excitement. Each team will include a WNBA star, with Jewell Loyd and Natasha Cloud among the lineup.
New additions this year include an innovative LED court and fan-favorite challenges like the Ruffles® 4-Point Ridgeline and Ruffles® Crunch Time. Coached by sports icons like Peyton Manning and A’ja Wilson, the game promises thrilling entertainment for fans of all ages. Fans can visit the NBA’s All-Star Celebrity Game site for further details.
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