Taking a break from his rap career, Barcelona legend Ronaldinho dropped by the NBA's annual All-Star Game this weekend. The weekend is a hub of activity, with celebrities and athletes (and fans!) all coming out to check out the fun. Dinho's never been a homebody, so it makes sense he'd pop by New Orleans and rub elbows with the NBA's biggest stars. Here are some of the players that linked up with Ronaldinho.
The Golden State Warriors shooting guard won the three-point contest in 2016. This is his third All-Star Game selection.
Anthony Davis and James Harden
Despite being a respectable 5-foot-11, Dinho's gonna look small when he's between the towering 6-foot-10 Davis, who plays for the New Orleans Pelicans, and Houston Rockets guard Harden, who stands 6-foot-5.
Marc Gasol and Draymond Green
Gasol, a native of Barcelona, actually played for FC Barcelona's basketball team back from 2003-06. He's been with the Memphis Grizzlies since 2008. Green is enjoying his second stint as an All-Star.
Antetokounmpo has enjoyed a breakout season with the Milwaukee Bucks and this is his first All-Star Game. Still just 22 years old, the "Greek Freak" probably has many more appearances in his future.
Durant is among a whopping four Warriors selected to the All-Star Game. With the best record in the NBA, it's little surprise they're so well represented.
The conductor on the Warriors' steam engine, Curry is a two-time NBA MVP. This is his fourth All-Star Game.
Curry returned the favor of a signed Barcelona jersey with a pair of signed kicks for Ronaldinho. Nice!
Of course, no All-Star Game experience is complete without an audience with the king. James, a four-time NBA MVP, is at his 13th All-Star Game. The Cleveland Cavaliers star has won the ASG MVP award twice, too.