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McDonald’s All-American Game 2018: Game Time, TV Channel, Online Stream, Rosters, Open Thread

Everything you need for the biggest high school all-star game.

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The McDonald’s All-American Game tipps off tonight as the first major high school all-star event of the offseason.

This year’s event is taking place in Atlanta, Georgia, and it will feature at least two future Kentucky Wildcats in action. Five-star shooting guard Keldon Johnson will suit up for the West Team, and five-star point guard Immanuel Quickley will play for the East Team.

Both future Cats have already been among the biggest performers in Atlanta. Quickley won the three-point shooting contest, while Johnson put on a show in the dunk contest that Zion Williamson ultimately won.

We’ll also get to see five-star forward EJ Montgomery playing in the event. He remains uncommitted with UK strongly in the mix for his services.

How to Watch the 2018 McDonald’s All-American Game

Date: Wednesday, March 28

Location: Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia

Game time: The boys will play at 7 pm EST following the conclusion of the girl’s game, which is at 5 pm.

TV Channel: ESPN

Online Stream: WatchESPN



  • 0- Coby White (North Carolina)
  • 1- Moses Brown (UCLA)
  • 2- Immanuel Quickley (Kentucky)
  • 3- E.J. Montgomery (uncommitted)
  • 5- Naz Reid (LSU)
  • 6- RJ Barrett (Duke)
  • 10- Darius Garland (Vanderbilt)
  • 12- Zion Williamson (Duke)
  • 22- Romeo Langford (uncommitted)
  • 23- Louis King (Oregon; out with injury)
  • 31- Jalen Smith (Maryland)
  • 33- David McCormack (Kansas)


  • 0- Tre Jones (Duke)
  • 1- Bol Bol (Oregon; out with injury)
  • 2- Reggie Perry (Mississippi State)
  • 3- Devon Dotson (Kansas)
  • 5- Quentin Grimes (Kansas)
  • 7- Simi Shittu (Vanderbilt; out with injury)
  • 8- Cameron Reddish (Duke)
  • 10- Nassir Little (North Carolina)
  • 11- Jahvon Quinerly (Villanova)
  • 15- Darius Bazley (Syracuse)
  • 21- Jordan Brown (uncommitted)
  • 23- Keldon Johnson (Kentucky)