Luke Cage’s Mike Colter Will Play In NBA Celebrity All-Star Game

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Netflix’ Luke Cage might of came to an end to the dislike of many fans, but Mike Colter will be coming to t.v. once again real soon!  On Wednesday, NBA released the roster for all the stars competing in the Celebrity All-Star game this year. Marvel fans will be excited to know that Colter will be playing in this year’s event.

Luke Cage#8217;s Mike Colter Will Play In NBA Celebrity All-Star Game

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Mike will be playing on the “Home” roster and he will be joined by JB Smoove, Dr OZ, Terrence J, Famous Los, Rapsody, Jason Weinmann, Chris Daughtry, Steve Smith, Bo Rinehart, A’ja Wilson, and Jay Williams. The coach for “Home” team will be South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley.

As for the “Away” team, the roster includes A.J. Buckley, Mark Lasry, Bad Bunny, Amanda Seales, Hasan Minhaj, Quavo, Stefanie Dolson, Ray Allen, Adam Ray, James Shaw Jr., Brad Williams, and Ronnie 2K. The team will be coached by WNBA star and Denver Nuggets executive Sue Bird.

Many fans were upset to find out that Luke Cage was being cancelled. Fans even started a petition online in hopes to get Netflix to bring Luke CageIron Fist and Daredevil back. Colter expressed that even with all the efforts from fans, he doesn’t believe it will change anything.

“I don’t know that it’s something that fans can do, necessarily,” Colter said. “I think it’s a real network/studio thing. I think it’ll resolve itself, one way or the other. There just needs to be some time. Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe that’s it. But I don’t think the fans… as much as the fans — the outpouring of the fans is very touching and well received and it’d be appreciated — I don’t think it’s gonna make anything happen, but it’s nice to know that. I think, ultimately, if it comes back, it’ll probably come back because of the fans demand for it. I don’t think that their work is going in vain. It just may not happen as soon as they want it to.”

The Ruffles Celebrity All-Star game will air on Friday, Feb. 15 on ESPN.

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