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NBA All-Star Weekend is jam-packed with fun and entertaining events leading up to Sunday’s All-Star Game, but Friday’s Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game is the only one that will be streamed for free online, courtesy of ESPN, and now NBA fans will be able to enjoy all the action of the celeb throw-down live via Facebook with the FreeCast app.
The FreeCast app for Facebook gives users the power to find and watch all of their favorite TV shows, movies, events and more from Facebook, and this Friday it will guide its users to ESPN’s coverage of the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, which means you can watch every play live from your computer while talking with your friends and other Facebook users about the action, all on one screen.
Whether you’re using it as a ‘second screen’ to accompany the cable coverage or as your primary viewing platform, the app provides a convenient way to share the action with your friends and other fans no matter where you are, helping you to make the most of your NBA All-Star Weekend experience.
The Sprint Celebrity Game starts Friday Feb 24th at 7pm, but don’t wait until then to get the free app from FreeCast, available at
Check out the full celeb roster below to see who’ll be playing in Friday’s game:
Ne-Yo (R&B/pop)
Common (Just Wright)
J.B. Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm)
Vinny Guadagnino (Jersey Shore)
Kevin Hart (Laugh At My Pain)
Javier Colon (The Voice)
Drew and Jonathan Scott (Property Brothers)
Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy)
Mitch Richmond (six-time NBA All-Star)
Penny Hardaway (four-time NBA All-Star)
Nick Anderson (NBA legend)
Tamika Catchings (WNBA, Indiana Fever)
Doug Gottlieb (ESPN, The Doug Gottlieb Show)