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Luka Doncic and Trae Young headline the Team World and Team USA rosters for the NBA Rising Stars game at All-Star weekend in Chicago.

Here’s a look at the full team rosters:

Team USA

Miles Bridges (Charlotte Hornets)

Wendell Carter Jr. (Chicago Bulls)

Devonte’ Graham (Charlotte Hornets)

Tyler Herro (Miami Heat)

Jaren Jackson Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies)

Ja Morant (Memphis Grizzlies)

Kendrick Nunn (Miami Heat)

Eric Paschall (Golden State Warriors)

PJ Washington (Charlotte Hornets)

Zion Williamson (New Orleans Pelicans)

Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks)

Team World

Nickeil Alexander-Walker (New Orleans Pelicans, Canada)

Deandre Ayton (Phoenix Suns, Bahamas)

RJ Barrett (New York Knicks, Canada)

Brandon Clarke (Memphis Grizzlies, Canada)

Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks, Slovenia)

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder, Canada)

Rui Hachimura (Washington Wizards, Japan)

Svi Mykhailiuk (Detroit Pistons, Ukraine)

Josh Okogie (Minnesota Timberwolves, Nigeria)

Moritz Wagner (Washington Wizards, Germany)

Williamson was reportedly chosen by the NBA to join Team USA as a replacement for the injured Carter Jr., who is out with a sprained right ankle.

A record four Canadians are participating in the Rising Stars game: Alexander-Walker, Barrett, Clarke and Gilgeous-Alexander.

Alexander-Walker and Gilgeous-Alexander are cousins.

Hachimura is also the first player from Japan to be named to a Rising Stars roster.

Team World has a 3-2 edge over Team USA since this format began in 2015.

  • 2015 – World Team 121, U.S. Team 112
  • 2016 – U.S. Team 157, World Team 154
  • 2017 – World Team 150, U.S. Team 141
  • 2018 – World Team 155, U.S. Team 124
  • 2019 – U.S. Team 161, World Team 144

Before that, the league used a head-to-head matchup between the rookies and sophomores, but the game still features first and second-year players.