The NBA and NBPA have agreed to televise the playground-style draft for the 2019 All-Star Game.

The teams will be selected by the two captains, which are determined by the leading vote getters.

The league introduced the new All-Star format last season.

LeBron James and Stephen Curry were the captains last year, but now they both play in the Western Conference.

“When we sat with the union and we came up with this format, we all agreed, let’s not turn something that’s 100 percent positive into a potential negative to any player," said Adam Silver after the 2018 edition.

“But then, maybe we’re overly conservative because then we came out of there, and the players were: ‘We can take it. We’re All-Stars. Let’s have a draft.’ So it sounds like we’re going to have a televised draft next year.”