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Who was in the NBA All Star Game in 2016?

Who was in the NBA All Star Game in 2016?

Celebrity Game. The 2016 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game was played on February 12th, 2016 at the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario. The game was a matchup of Team Canada vs. Team USA, coached by Canadian rapper Drake, and 4-time Celebrity Game MVP Kevin Hart, respectively. It featured 21 players, including actors Stephan James, Jason Sudeikis,…

Who is the most famous actor in Cambodia?

He has also co-starred with Dy Saveth and remains a revered actor on the local film circuit. Another national treasure of the 1960s and 70s, Virak Dara made a name for herself in her role as Kong Rey in 1967, with Puthisean Neang Kong Rey – it remains Cambodia’s biggest movie to be made.

Who was the Miss Cambodia in the 1960s?

In 1959, she was crowned Miss Cambodia, and went on to star in a string of movies, including former King Norodom Sihanouk’s Twilight (1969), Bopha Angkor (1972) and Snake Girl (1974). She returned to Cambodia in 1993. She plays traumatised mother and former famous actress Sothea in The Last Reel.

How many players have played in NBA All Star Game?

As of the 2018 All-Star Game, 417 players have been selected to an All-Star Game roster at least once. However, only 286 of them have earned multiple selections to the game. Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar holds the record for most All-Star Game selections and most All-Star Games played.

Where can I watch the NBA All Star Game?

TSN and Sportsnet televised the game nationally in Canada, while TNT and TBS televised the game nationally in the United States. This was also the 18th and final All-Star Game in which Kobe Bryant participated, as a result of his retirement after the season.

Why is the NBA All Star Game in Toronto?

Toronto’s bid to host the 2016 NBA All-Star Game was led by NBA Canada vice-president and managing director Dan MacKenzie. It was the culmination of years of planning to grow basketball in Canada, and by 2013 he stated that “the time was right” to bring the event outside of the United States for the first time.