While All-Star Weekend will look much different this year in Atlanta, Ga., the NBA still announced rosters for the Rising Stars on Wednesday despite the fact that there will be no game.
The game normally features players in their first and second seasons, and over the past few years the rosters have been split between players born in the United States and players born elsewhere throughout the world. Prior to that, the game was NBA rookies against sophomores.
The U.S. team is comprised of Charlotte's LaMelo Ball, Minnesota's Anthony Edwards, New Orleans' Zion Williamson, Memphis' Ja Morant, Miami's Tyler Herro, Atlanta's De'Andre Hunter, Sacramento's Tyrese Haliburton, Denver's Michael Porter Jr., Golden State's James Wiseman, and San Antonio's Keldon Johnson.
As for the World team, that features New York's RJ Barrett, Miami's Precious Achiuwa, Washington's Deni Avdija and Rui Hachimura, Memphis' Brandon Clarke, New Orleans' Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Oklahoma City's Lu Dort and Theo Maledon, Denver's Facundo Campazzo, and Golden State's Mychal Mulder.
The rosters were revealed via NBA Top Shot, and the video showcasing each player can be found below.