NBA Rising Stars 2023: Full rosters revealed in draft announcement

The NBA on Tuesday unveiled the four seven-player teams for the 2023 NBA Rising Stars game set to take place on Feb. 17 as part of All-Star Weekend in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The showcase game will feature four seven-player teams competing in a mini-tournament consisting of three games for the second straight year. Each game will be played to a final target score, meaning a game will end with a made basket or a made free throw instead of a running clock.

The pool of 28 players for the game consists of 11 first-year players, 10 second-year players and seven players from the G League. The rookies and sophomores were selected by assistant coaches and the G League players were chosen by the league office.

The G League players will all be together on one of the four teams.

The three teams from the NBA will be coached by Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah and Deron Williams. The three former players each selected seven players to their teams on Tuesday in an order determined by career All-Star appearances: Gasol (6), Williams (3) and Noah (2).

Here are the four rosters for the NBA Rising Stars game.

Team Pau

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  1. Paolo Banchero, Orlando Magic

  2. Bennedict Mathurin, Indiana Pacers

  3. Jaden Ivey, Detroit Pistons

  4. Scottie Barnes, Toronto Raptors

  5. Jose Alvarado, New Orleans Pelicans

  6. Keegan Murray, Sacramento Kings

  7. Andrew Nembhard, Indiana Pacers

Team Deron

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  1. Franz Wagner, Orlando Magic

  2. Jalen Green, Houston Rockets

  3. Alperen Sengun, Houston Rockets

  4. Trey Murphy III, New Orleans Pelicans

  5. AJ Griffin, Atlanta Hawks

  6. Bones Hyland, Denver Nuggets

  7. Walker Kessler, Utah Jazz

Team Joakim

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  1. Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers

  2. Josh Giddey, Oklahoma City Thunder

  3. Jalen Williams, Oklahoma City Thunder

  4. Jeremy Sochan, San Antonio Spurs

  5. Quentin Grimes, New York Knicks

  6. Jabari Smith Jr., Houston Rockets

  7. Jalen Duren, Detroit Pistons

Team G League

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  1. Sidy Cissoko, Ignite

  2. Mojave King, Ignite

  3. Scoot Henderson, Ignite

  4. Kenneth Lofton Jr., Memphis Hustle

  5. Mac McClung, Delaware Blue Coats

  6. Leonard Miller, Ignite

  7. Scotty Pippen Jr., Lakers

Story originally appeared on Rookie Wire