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What Do Chuck and Mark Cuban Have in Common? All-Star Celeb Game, That's What.

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Even though tickets go on sale Tuesday, there's been no official announcement concerning the famous faces suiting up for the 2010 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, which will take place February 12 at the Dallas Convention Center during the three-day Jam Session to be held in advance of the February 14 All-Star game at Jerry Jones's EnormoDome. So, allow me to break the news.

Ahyiana Deldridge-Owens in NBA Marketing Communications tells Unfair Park this afternoon that, so far, the confirmed list includes Rush Hour's Chris Tucker, the apparently newly single Chuck star Zachary Levi, rapper-actor Common, teevee's Dr. Oz, former Rocket-Spur-Laker Robert Horry, pro golfer Anthony Kim and, but of course, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. Deldridge-Owens says more names will be announced "within the week" as the NBA awaits further confirmations. There's also something involving Miranda Lambert -- not sure just what quite yet.

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