Alyssa Milano by Donato Sardella/ WireImage.com
Most All-Star games are dullsville - did anyone watch last night's Pro Bowl? - but the NBA does its best to keep interesting. The annual NBA All-Star Celebrity Game is often an amusing spectacle leading up to the big game. This year's eclectic collection of singers, actors and WNBA players should keep that tradition going. Ne-Yo? Taylor Hicks? Ando from Heroes?

Alyssa Milano and Gabrielle Union will coach the two teams. Access Hollywood co-anchor Tony Potts, who was MVP of last year's game, will be on the floor for Milano's squad.

Here are the two teams, which will face off Friday (Feb. 15, 7 pm/ET, ESPN) at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans:

New Orleans Team:
Ne-Yo (Grammy-winning singer)
Zach Gilford ( Friday Night Lights)
Taylor Hicks (2006 American Idol winner)
Seth Gilliam ( The Wire)
James Lafferty ( One Tree Hill)
Master P (rapper and Dancing With the Stars alum)
Ruth Riley (WNBA All-Star, San Antonio Silver Stars)
AJ Calloway ( Extra)
Coach: Gabrielle Union ( Bring It On)
General Manager: Stephen A. Smith (ESPN analyst)

Hornets Team:
Chris Tucker (Rush Hour 3)
Common (Grammy-winning rapper)
James Kyson Lee ( Heroes)
Floyd Mayweather (boxer and Dancing With the Stars alum)
Terry Crews ( Everybody Hates Chris)
Deion Sanders (2-time Super Bowl champion)
Swin Cash (WNBA All-Star, Detroit Shock)
Tony Potts ( Access Hollywood)
Coach: Alyssa Milano ( Charmed)
General Manager: Ric Bucher (ESPN reporter)

The actual NBA All-Star Game - you know, the one with Kobe and LeBron - airs Sunday, Feb. 17, 8:30 pm/ET, on TNT.