Diddy, T.I. & Young Jeezy Pop Bottles At NBA All-Star Weekend

ImageSean "Diddy" Combs, Shaquille O'Neal, T.I., Young Jeezy and Jermaine Dupri are among the elite celebrities taking over Las Vegas to celebrate this year's NBA All Star Weekend.

On Friday (February 16) sports fanatics can get their chance to rub shoulders with elite athletes at The Wynn Resort & Casino, which will hold ESPN's "After Dark-Total Access." The event will be hosted by Shaquille O'Neal, Reggie Bush and ESPN personalities Greg Anthony, Stuart Scott, Stephen A. Smith and Tim Legler.

For those itching to see royalty, "The Four Kings Party," hosted by Nelly, Jermaine Dupri, Floyd Mayweather and Pharrell will take place at Planet Hollywood Hotel Ballroom; while "Kings of the South," T.I. and Young Jeezy, will host "The Vegas Black-Out Party" at the Ice House Lounge.

Things will keep moving on Saturday (February 17) with the "Street Ball on The Strip Basketball Game" at Caesars Palace at 11 a.m. Fans will witness the AND 1 ballers take on the Pro Football All-Stars, a team comprised of NFL players including Plaxico Burress, Randy Moss and Darren Sharper, among others.

The game will be followed by the "Hip Hop 101 Source Soundstage Concert," featuring performances from Big Daddy Kane, MC Lyte, Dana Dane, Nice & Smooth, Grand Puba, Dres (of Black Sheep) and Joe Ski Love.

In the late night, Diddy will celebrate the success of his latest album, Press Play, by hosting a soiree at the Ice Lounge while Nelly, Jermaine Dupri and Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony will host the "Three the Hard Way Party" at the Planet Hollywood Hotel Ballroom.

Denver Nuggets guard Allen Iverson and radio personality Ed Lover will also keep the good times rolling by hosting the "Allen Iverson and Friends Party" at Caesars Palace. During the event, Dru-Hill member Sisqo, will perform songs from his upcoming solo album.

Players interested in meeting the Playboy Playmates can party with the vixens at the Moon Nightclub at the "Crown Royal Playboy Lounge" with music supplied by DJ Biz Markie.

The celebrations will wrap up on Sunday (February 18) beginning with a "SoSo Derrty Celebrity Brunch" featuring a performance from Cedric the Entertainer. When night falls, Nelly, Jermaine Dupri and Kimora Lee Simmons will host the Applebottoms & King Magazine Lingerie and Pajama Party at the Aladdin Theatre.

For those who think partying in your jammies isn't cool, E-40, Too Short and Sacramento King's guard Ron Artest will be hosting "The Westside Story" party, at The Ice Lounge while DJ Mick Boogie and Little Brother will be holding it down with the "Glamour Royale" at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum.

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