How to watch 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game: Live stream Free, TV channel

by Christina S. Brown
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NBA fans watching this year’s McDonald’s All-American Game will see some recognizable faces.

The sons of Peja Stojakovic and Dajuan Wagner will join Bronny James, the eldest son of Lakers superstar LeBron James, in the 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game.

D.J. Wagner is presently ranked second in the country by ESPN, trailing only Justin Edwards. Wagner and Edwards will be roommates at Kentucky next season. Meanwhile, Andrej Stojakovic is ranked 23rd and will be attending Stanford.

Here’s everything you need to know to cheer on them and the rest of this year’s high school grads in the McDonald’s All-American Game.

How to watch 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game Live:

What time does the McDonald’s All-American Game start?

  • Date: Tuesday, March 28
  • Time: 9:00 p.m. ET | 6:00 p.m. PT

The 2023 McDonald’s All-American Boys Game is scheduled to tip off around 9:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 28. The Girls Game will take place before the Boys Game on ESPN2, starting at 6:30 p.m. ET.

Both games will be played at the Toyota Center, home of the NBA’s Houston Rockets.

What channel is the McDonald’s All-American Game on today?

  • TV channel: ESPN

This year’s McDonald’s All-American Game will air on ESPN. Viewers can also stream the game on Sling TV

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McDonald’s All-American rosters 2023

East roster

PlayerHigh School
Xavier BookerCathedral (IN)
Aaron BradshawCamden (NJ)
Matas BuzelisSunrise Christian (KS)
Stephon CastleNewton (GA)
Justin EdwardsImhotep (PA)
Kwame Evans Jr.Montverde (FL)
Aden HollowayProlific Prep (CA)
Elmarko JacksonSouth Kent School (CT)
Mackenzie MgbakoRoselle Catholic (NJ)
Sean StewartMontverde (FL)
D.J. WagnerCamden (NJ)
Cody WilliamsPerry (AZ)

West roster

PlayerHigh School
Omaha BiliewWaukee Senior (IA)
Isaiah CollierWheeler (GA)
Mookie CookCompass Prep (AZ)
Baye FallAccelerated Schools (CO)
Jeremy FearsJoliet West (IL)
Brandon GarrisonDel City (OK)
Ron HollandDuncanville (TX)
Bronny JamesSierra Canyon (CA)
Jared McCainCentennial (CA)
Reed SheppardNorth Laurel (KY)
Andrej StojakovicJesuit (CA)
Ja’Kobe WalterLink Academy (TX)

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