The NBA announced on Wednesday that Migos rapper Quavo and former all-star Ray Allen are among the familiar faces who made the roster for this year’s Celebrity All-Star Game.
Quavo and Allen join an Away team that also includes the likes of Bad Bunny, Hasan Minaj and coach Sue Bird (of the WNBA’s Seattle Storm). Members of the Home team include Chris Daughtry, Terrence J and Dr. Oz. That team will be coached by three-time Olympic gold medalist Dawn Staley. The celebrity game will also feature a new 4-point line sponsored by Ruffles called “THE RIDGE.” For every shot made from the spot, Ruffles will donate $4,000 to the Special Olympics. The Celebrity All-Star Game will air at 7 p.m. on February 15 on ESPN.