Celebrity All Star Game 2011

    Justin Bieber, Celebrity All Star Game 2011
    NBA Celebrity Game 2011 Roster features Jason Sudeikis and Trey Songz

    In Los Angeles, the actual All-Star game is days away, but tonight the NBA Celebrity game 2011 featured a roster full of interesting talent. Included on one the game rosters were several of Virginia's own, actor Jason Sudeikis and singer Trey Songz.
    Sudeikis is currently among the ensemble cast of "Saturday Night Live." He also hails from Fairfax, Virginia. The 35-year-old is starring in the new motion picture "Hall Pass," but also took the court as part of the East celebrity All-Stars Friday night.

    Justin Bieber Named MVP of NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

    Justin Bieber won Most Valuable Player honors at the 2011 NBA All-Star celebrity game on Friday, although his West squad lost to the East team.

    The Never Say Never star tallied eight points, four assists and two rebounds despite being at a huge height disadvantage in a game featuring former NBA stars and other celebs.

    “I’m just running back and forth. I’m controlling this whole team,” joked Bieber during the game at the Los Angeles Convention Center. ”I’m just kidding.”

    2011 All-Star Weekend Friday Night: Celebrity All-Star Game, Rookie-Sophomore Game, D-League Dream Factory Preview and Open Thread

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    It's my favourite time of the NBA Season! All-Star weekend is finally upon us, and things kick off tonight with the BBVA Celebrity All-Star Game, the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and Youth Jam, and the D-League Dream Factory.

    2011 NBA All-Star Weekend: Let The Festivities Begin

    Feb 18, 2011 - The 2011 NBA All-Star Game itself is not until Sunday night (8 p.m. ET, TNT), but the All-Star Weekend festivities are already well underway. Following is a schedule of televised events.


    All-Star Celebrity Game (7 p.m.m ESPN) -- A slightly ridiculous game involving celebs who think they have game.

    Rookie Challenge (9 p.m. , TNT) -- NBA rookies face second-year players. New Jersey's Derrick Favors and New York's Landry Fields will play for the rookies.


    NBA Celebrity Game 2011 Roster: Justin Bieber, Ty Burrell and more

    What do you get when you mix a teen idol, a "Modern Family" star and one of the Kardashians?

    The team for the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game, of course! And guess which little nugget of basketball awesomeness won the title of game MVP? The teen idol in the equation: Justin Bieber. We bet you thought he was too short and would never win MVP. Well, never say never! The 16-year-old scored eight points, two rebounds and four assists.

    NBA Celebrity Game 2011 Roster: NBA Legends, Justin Bieber, and Everyone Else

    NBA Celebrity All-Star Game Featured Plenty of Big Names and Some Not-So-Big Names

    No matter how hard you try, you will never be able to conjure up a more pointless sporting event that the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game.

    "Oh, come on, Rymer! It's all in good fun!"

    2011 NBA All-Star Weekend: Justin Bieber Takes Over Los Angeles Again In Celebrity All-Star Game

    Every year the NBA All-Star Weekend is like the Super Bowl for basketball. It is the marquee marketing event for the NBA. Parties, meetings, and speeches are held, and clients are wooed over the four days at Staples Center. Outside of having the world's greatest basketball players consolidated in one spot for a weekend, there might be no better way to impress than to increase the celebrity wattage of the event. The Celebrity Game, held this afternoon, is a mix of basketball icons and celebrities, and this year features Justin Bieber taking over Los Angeles...for the second time this season.

    2011 NBA All-Star Weekend: John Wall Earns MVP Honors In Rookies 140-128 Win Over Sophomores

    Update: 2011 NBA All-Star Weekend: Rookies End Seven Year Losing Streak To Sophomores In T-Mobile Rookie Challenge

    John Wall got his first taste of NBA All-Star Weekend action on Friday night during the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge. Both during the game and during the halftime entertainment, the Washington Wizards rookie stole the show.
    2011 NBA All-Star Weekend TV Schedule: Slam Dunk Contest, Celebrity Game, And More

    2011 NBA All-Star Weekend from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Ca. is upon us and Atlanta will be well represented in the festivities.

    Here is a breakdown of the main events of the weekend along with a special emphasis on your Atlanta Hawks that will be participating in the events.

    All times ET. Visit SB Nation's NBA hub for more on non-Hawks.

    Friday, February 18

    BVAA All-Star Celebrity Game 7:00 p.m.. ESPN: Magic Johnson. Justin Bieber. Justin Bieber. Magic Johnson. Magic Johnson. Justin Bieber. Stars and former basketball greats will take to the court for a basketball game like no other. I mean, where else will you see Magic and tween recording artist Justin Bieber on the same court? Do you have Bieber fever? If not, Scottie Pippen, Chris Mullen, Jimmy Kimmel, Jason Alexander and the rapper Common will take to the Staples Center L.A. Convention Center court. Just don't ask me what BVAA stands for. I don't know and I don't care.

    MVP Bieber shows off his pro-style game in defeat

    LOS ANGELES -- It was arguably the most anticipated performance in celebrity game history. A few thousand people packed Center Court at All-Star Jam Session on Friday and many more watched at home to catch a glimpse of teenage hoops sensation Justin Bieber.

    Bieber, who turns 17 next month, will be eligible for the 2013 NBA Draft. At this point, it's too early to project when or if he would be selected but, whatever happens, the 2011 BBVA All-Star Celebrity Game provided the first opportunity to see Bieber against a higher level of basketball competition. ( Read Celebrity All Star Game 2011 more... )

    NBA All-Star Weekend Kicks Off Tonight With Justin Beiber

    The NBA has reached the half-way points of its season, as the players stop playing games for the weekend to participate in the annual All-Star Weekend, taking place in Los Angeles this year.

    The competition kicks off tonight with the All-Star Celebrity game at 7 p.m. on ESPN. The game will feature celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Rob Kardashian, as well as past NBA legends such as Magic Johnson and Scottie Pippen.

    NBA All-Star Weekend a showcase for McDonald’s All-Americans

    NBA All-Star Weekend is in full effect for the basketball world. The rookies, sophomore and celebrities are set to put on a show tonight. Blake Griffin has the world anticipating this year’s Slam Dunk contest like it’s Dr. Dre’s Detox album. The main course in this basketball feast is the All-Star Game itself. We get to see the best 24 basketball players in the world competing under the lights of the Staples Center. This is sure to satisfy your basketball appetite.

    NBA All-Star Events Give Houston Little To Root For

    This year's NBA All-Star Game will take place this Sunday in Los Angeles, with a typical Saturday lineup that involves the Slam Dunk contest, the Three-Point Shootout, Shooting Stars, and the Skills Challenge. Friday night will yield the Celebrity Game and the Rookie/Sophomore Challenge.

    And out of those three nights, a grand total of 0 current Rockets will be involved in the proceedings. Not a one. Yao Ming will probably wave to fans in a suit, sure, but no one will actively be participating. Part of this is just Daryl Morey's way: he values basketball skills first. For that reason, we have Shane Battier instead of Rudy Gay, and we have a hardworking team of role players instead of athletic youngsters that can really dazzle anyone. Well, except Terrence Williams, who just doesn't play for whatever reason. I don't mean that as a criticism, it's just a function of the type of teams the Rockets build. Kevin Martin and Luis Scola are efficient scorers, but they aren't going to throw down a jaw-dropping dunk.
    All-Star 2011: Rondo & McLovin?

    The NBA All-Star game always brings together the worlds of basketball and entertainment regardless of location, but a Hollywood backdrop for this year's game should only increase those opportunities in Los Angeles.

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