One the eve of the NBA's annual Celebrity All-Star Game, two major players were added to each squad.

Team Clippers, coached by Katie Nolan, have added Quavo, who will be making his first appearance in the game. Team Lakers, coached by Rachel Nichols, brings in 2011 Celebrity All-Star Game MVP, Justin Bieber.

The game, airing on ESPN and the WatchESPN app, is scheduled to tip off on Friday, February 16th at 7 pm ET. According to, Ruffles, the official chip of the NBA, has added a 4-point line dubbed "The Ridge" which will appear during the second half of the game. 

"Celebrity players and NBA and WNBA legends will have the chance to confront the epic 4-point line live in the “4-for-4 Challenge.” For every shot made from “The RIDGE” during the second half of the game, Ruffles will make a $4,000 donation to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, with a minimum of $20,000 going to the charity (up to $40,000)."

The Team Clippers roster, including coaches Katie Nolan, Paul Pierce and Common, features Quavo Jason Williams, Jamie Foxx, Miles Brown (Black-ish), Brandon Armstrong (NBA impersonator), Dascha Polanco (Orange is the New Black), Anthony Anderson, Andre De Grasse (Olympic sprinter), Bubba Watson, Win Butler (Arcade Fire lead singer) and Stefanie Dolson (2x WNBA All-Star and 2x NCAA champion).

The Lakers roster, coached by ESPN's Rachel Nichols, Tracy McGrady and Michael B. Jordan, includes Justin Bieber, Nate Robinson, Candace Parker, T-Mac, Caleb McLaughlin (Stranger Things), Jerry Ferrara, Rachel DeMita, Nick Cannon, Drew Scott (Property Brothers), Kris Wu, Sterling Brim (Ridiculousness), Terence Crawford (professional boxer), and Bucks' owner Marc Lasry.