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Drake, Kevin Hart

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Kevin Hart and Drake will have to hit the pause button on their friendship come NBA All-Star weekend.  

The NBA All-Star Game (which should really just be re-named the Drake Games) is less than a month away in Drizzy's hometown of Toronto, and E! News has exclusively learned that Hart and Drake will coach the opposing teams at the NBA All-Star Celebrity game.

Hart's Team USA will square off against Drake's Team Canada on Friday, Feb. 12, on ESPN. 

Hart's team includes Michael B. Jordan, Blackish star Anthony AndersonBryshere "Yazz" Gray of Empire, Nick CannonJason Sudeikis, former NBA players Chauncey Billups and Muggsy Bogues, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry and WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky.

Suiting up for Drake's team: Arcade Fire's Win Butler, Drew and Jonathan Scott (HGTV's Property Brothers), Stephan James, tennis pro Milos Raonic, actor and singer Kris Wu, former NBA players Tracy McGrady and Rick Fox, and Natalie Achonwa of the WNBA's Indiana Fever. Retired NBA star Steve Nash and Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista will coach the team with Drake

The obvious money is on Hart's USA team to win (just look at that roster), but who knows what coaching tricks Drake might be able to pull off to keep the game close. Maybe his mom will come on as a substitution!

Kevin Hart, Ansel Elgort, Sarah Silverman

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Hart has been a fixture at the NBA All-Star Celeb game, as he scored 15 points during last year's competition in New York and was named MVP for the third year in a row. Hart announced at the time that it would be his last All-Star appearance as a player. 

Other celebs that took part in the 2015 game included Ansel Elgort, Sarah SilvermanGrey's Anatomy actor Jesse Williams and Common.

The 2016 NBA All-Star Game, for which Kobe Bryant is currently the leading vote-getter among all the pros, takes place Sunday, Feb. 14, on TNT.