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Its Your NBA All Star Celebrity Game!!!


From the great blog Awful Announcing comes word of the NBA Celebrity All Star Rosters. This game (which hasnt been the same since Carrot Top and Joey Fatone got to big for it, has a multitude of talented celebrities that….no wait, this may be a worse group than played in the annual Rock-N-Jock game. I mean who is Ne-Yo….best contemporary album….is that like Zamfir? Most of these individuals seem like stars of television shows that no one has seen and that I couldnt pick out of a lineup. But then a couple of people seem a little two good for the game. Master P? Didnt you try and play in the NBA at one point? And Chris Tucker….has anyone fallen faster than Chris Tucker? You can only do so many Rush Hour movies Chris or we will forget why we liked you in “Friday.” The teams are being “coached” by Alyssa Milano and Gabrielle Union, which is nice but the “GMs” are Bill Walton and Stephen A Smith, which is not nice (I wish they really had to pick the players because you know Walton would have gone with Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin and Buddy Holly). I am certain I wont watch this game, but if you do, please tell me how it goes…

Ne-Yo (2008 Grammy for Best Contemp. Album)
Zach Gilford (Friday Night Lights)
Taylor Hicks (2006 American Idol Winner)
Seth Gilliam (The Wire)
James Lafferty (One Tree Hill)
Master P (Hip-hop Artist)
Ruth Riley (WNBA All-Star, San Antonio Silver Stars)
AJ Calloway (Extra)
Coach: Gabrielle Union, (Starship Dave)
General Manager: Stephen A. Smith (ESPN)

Chris Tucker (Rush Hour 3)
Common (2008 Grammy for Best Rap Perf. By a Duo or Group)
James Kyson Lee (Heroes)
Josh Peck (Drake and Josh)
Terry Crews (Everybody Hates Chris)
Deion Sanders (Two-Time Super Bowl Champion)
Swin Cash (WNBA All-Star, Detroit Shock)
Tony Potts (Access Hollywood)
Coach: Alyssa Milano, (Wisegal, Touch clothing)
General Manager: Bill Walton (NBA Legend and ESPN Analyst)

Article written by Matt Jones