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Where Every 2018 NBA All-Star Went To College

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The 2018 NBA All-Star game will tip off in a couple of hours. This year's game is being played at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.

While not every 2018 NBA All-Star went to college, most of them did. Here's where they all went:

Team LeBron

LeBron James: No college, though he says he would have gone to Ohio State.

DeMarcus Cousins: Kentucky

Anthony Davis: Kentucky

Kevin Durant: Texas

Kyrie Irving: Duke

LaMarcus Aldridge: Texas

Bradley Beal: Florida

Goran Dragic: Slovenia

Andre Drummond: UCONN

Paul George: Fresno State

Kevin Love: UCLA

Victor Oladipo: Indiana

Kristaps Porzingis: Latvia

Kemba Walker: UCONN

John Wall: Kentucky

Russell Westbrook: UCLA

Team Steph

Stephen Curry: Davidson

DeMar Derozan: USC

Giannis Antetokounmpo: Greece

Joel Embiid: Kansas

James Harden: Arizona State

Jimmy Butler: Marquette

Draymond Green: Michigan State

Al Horford: Florida

Damian Lillard: Weber State

Kyle Lowry: Villanova

Klay Thompson: Washington State

Karl-Anthony Towns: Kentucky


Tonight's game is set to tip off at 8 p.m. E.T. It'll be televised on TNT.