2Chainz and Snoop Dogg trade players for Adidas' inaugural Hip-Hop All-Star game

The rapper-centric game will headline Adidas' curated brand experience, called "747 Warehouse St.: An Event in Basketball Culture."

Kahron Spearman

During this weekend's All-Star festivities in Los Angeles, international sneaker giant Adidas will put on a stacked celebrity basketball game, with Snoop Dogg's 'West Coast' team hosting 2 Chainz' 'East Coast' team.

It will be the tentpole event of the activities at Adidas' curated brand experience, named "747 Warehouse St.: An Event in Basketball Culture."

N.E.R.D. is scheduled to headline as lead musical act.

On February 16 and 17, Adidas will take over 747 Warehouse Street to create a series of fully immersive experiences that will "inspire creators to shape the future of the game whether it be through fashion, music or sport."

Kyle Rooney
Staff Writer, HotNewHipHop

The teams will play on Feb. 16, on the first day of a two-day experience. Snoop and 2 Chainz even held a draft via video chat.

After making a few changes, 2 Chainz' 'East Coast' team now features Quavo, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly, Wale, YFN Lucci, Jadakiss, Trinidad James, Young MA, Lil Bibby, Lil Dicky, Mozzy, Skooly, Short Dawg and Key Glock.

Fabolous, Dave East, Playboi Carti, Waka Flocka, Freddie Gibbs, French Montana were on the Atlanta rapper's original roster, but are now out.

Announcing reserve players later today ???

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Traded out a cpl players, got my team ready Now @snoopdogg ??????

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