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Celebrities in Toronto for NBA All-Star Weekend

NBA All-Star Weekend will bring more than just athletes to Toronto for the upcoming festivities. Though we don't know everyone coming to town this weekend, the confirmed appearances include some big, red carpet-worthy names.

While they may not all be sportsmen by trade, many an A-lister is hitting the court for the All-Star Celebrity Game at Ricoh Coliseum on Friday. Our resident 6 God (Drake) will be directing the plays of Steve Nash, JosĂŠ Bautista, Stephan James, Win Butler, The Property Brothers, Milos Raonic, Tracy McGrady, Rick Fox and Tammy Sutton-Brown.

The opposing team, helmed by Kevin Hart, will feature Jason Sudeikis, Anthony Anderson, Joel David Moore, Nick Cannon, Chauncey Billups, Muggsy Bogues, Marc Lasry and Elena Delle Donne.

If you couldn't get tickets to the game (join the club), there are more than a few notable musical artists touching down in the 6 this weekend. Snoop Dogg (AKA DJ Snoopadelic), Gwen Stefani, Usher, Fabolous, Travis Scott, A-Trak, Kardinal Offishall, Sting, Girl Talk, 2 Chainz, Future and A$AP Ferg (just to name a few) will be making appearances at games and/or club events.

If you're up on your Kardashian drama, you probably know the names Amber Rose and Blac Chyna. The two personalities are joining forces for a club event Friday, and Amber will be hitting up NEST on Saturday.

Dave Chappelle is also in town - but not for any NBA-related shenanigans. He's extended his stay in Toronto to do additional shows at the Danforth Music Hall over the weekend.

Who will you be star-stalking? Let us know in the comments.


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