Two of Saint Mary's biggest former stars will lead opposing teams at this Sunday's Gaels Basketball All-Star Classic.

Patty Mills, fresh off helping the San Antonio Spurs win the NBA championship, will led the white team as a player-coach while Matthew Dellavedova, coming off his rookie year with the Cleveland Cavaliers, will fill the same role for the blue team.

Mills' team consists of Brett Collins (2003-07), Todd Golden (2004-08), Daniel Kickert (2002-06), Paul Marigney (2000-05), Ian O'Leary (2005-09), E.J. Rowland (2003-05), Jonathan Sanders (2002-05), Diamon Simpson (2005-09) and Lucas Walker (2007-09).

Dellavedova, a 2013 graduate, will lead a younger team that includes many of his former teammates. Stephen Holt (2010-14), Wayne Hunter (2005-10), Rob Jones (2010-12), Beau Levesque (2009-14), Mickey McConnell (2007-11), Kyle Rowley (2011-13), Omar Samhan (2006-10) and Mitchell Young (2009-13) will all play for Dellavedova's team.

Every player included played in at least one NCAA tournament and helped the Gaels become the winningest NCAA Division I program in California over the last decade.

At halftime, six of Saint Mary's most prominent former shooters will compete in a 3-point shooting contest. Dellavedova, Holt, Kickert, Marigney, McConnell and David Sivulich (1995-98) are all expected to participate.

The All-Star Classic will tip off at 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 29 at McKeon Pavilion.