1. Minnesota Timberwolves
Karl-Anthony Towns, C, 7-0, 250, Fr., Kentucky
T-Wolves bypass Jahlil Okafor, opting to pair the versatile Towns with former KU star Andrew Wiggins.
2. Los Angeles Lakers
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D’Angelo Russell, G, 6-5, 180, Fr., Ohio State
In a Western Conference filled with star guards, the Lakers take the draft’s top playmaker.
3. Philadelphia 76ers
Jahlil Okafor, C, 6-11, 270, Fr., Duke
Okafor takes his NCAA Championship and joins a backlog of big men, including Joel Embiid, in Philly.
4. New York Knicks
Kristaps Porzingis, F, 7-0, 220, Latvia
A late riser up draft boards, Porzingis, 19, has drawn comparisons to Dirk Nowitzki.
5. Orlando Magic
Mario Hezonja, G, 6-8, 200, Croatia
Orlando grabs 20-year-old Croatian, the best shooter in the draft, according to ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla.
6. Sacramento Kings
Willie Cauley-Stein, C, 7-1, 240, Jr., Kentucky
Olathe Northwest product could replace Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins, the subject of rampant trade rumors.
7. Denver Nuggets
Emmanuel Mudiay, G, 6-5, 200, Democratic Republic of Congo
A former McDonald’s All-American, Mudiay heads to Denver after playing a year in China.
8. Detroit Pistons
Stanley Johnson, F, 6-7, 245, Fr., Arizona
After being picked, the one-and-done Arizona star said: “Detroit vs. everybody.”
9. Charlotte Hornets
Frank Kaminsky, F, 7-1, 242, Sr., Wisconsin
A Chicago-area native, Kaminsky goes to Charlotte and owner Michael Jordan.
10. Miami Heat
Justise Winslow, G, 6-7, 230, Fr., Duke
Miami grabs the versatile Winslow, one of three Duke freshmen in the draft.
11. Indiana Pacers
Myles Turner, F, 7-0, 243, Fr., Texas
Turner was one-and-done at Texas, now he heads to retooling Pacers.
12. Utah Jazz
Trey Lyles, F, 6-10, 235, Fr., Kentucky
One of four Wildcats taken in the lottery, Lyles can stretch the floor from deep.
13. Phoenix Suns
Devin Booker, G, 6-6, 205, Fr., Kentucky
Booker, son of former MU star Melvin Booker, has drawn comparisons to Warriors guard Klay Thompson.
14. Oklahoma City Thunder
Cameron Payne, G, 6-2, 185, So., Murray State
Former midmajor star lands in the lottery, will play for former Florida coach Billy Donovan.
15. Atlanta Hawks (traded to Washington)
Kelly Oubre, G, 6-7, 200, Fr., Kansas
The Hawks took Kansas one-and-done with the 15th pick, then dealt him to the Wizards.
16. Boston Celtics
Terry Rozier, G, 6-2, 190, Louisville
Rozier averaged 17.1 points per game as a sophomore at Louisville.
17. Milwaukee Bucks
Rashad Vaughn, G, 6-5, 200, Fr., UNLV
Vaughn, another one-and-done player, could be a project for Milwaukee.
18. Houston Rockets
Sam Dekker, F, 6-9, 230, Jr., Wisconsin
Dekker’s outside-in game could be a perfect fit for three-loving Rockets.
19. Washington Wizards (traded to Atlanta, traded to New York)
Jerian Grant, G, 6-4, 205, Sr., Notre Dame
A terrific athlete, Grant ended up with Knicks after two trades.
20. Toronto Raptors
Delon Wright, G, 6-6, 190, Sr., Utah
Now a pro, Wright helped resuscitate the Utah basketball program.
21. Dallas Mavericks
Justin Anderson, G, 6-6, Jr., Virginia
Anderson helped turn Virginia into NCAA title contender as a junior.
22. Chicago Bulls
Bobby Portis, F, 6-11, 242, So., Arkansas
The Bulls add some more size, taking Razorbacks forward.
23. Portland Trail Blazers
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, F, 6-7, 220, So., Arizona
The Trail Blazers, who risk losing LaMarcus Aldridge, need help at forward.
24. Cleveland Cavaliers (traded to Minnesota)
Tyus Jones, G, 6-2, 184, Fr., Duke
Dream scenario for Jones, who lands with hometown Minnesota after trade.
25. Memphis Grizzlies
Jarell Martin, F, 6-9, 235, So., LSU
The Grizzlies add more bulk to a massive front line.
26. San Antonio Spurs
Nikola Milutinov, C, 7-0, 225, Serbia
Once again, the Spurs look to the future, buy low on an international prospect.
27. Los Angeles Lakers
Larry Nance, F, 6-9, 235, Sr., Wyoming
Son of former NBA star, Nance had standout senior season at Wyoming.
28. Boston Celtics
R.J. Hunter, G, 6-6, 185, Jr., Georgia State
NCAA Tournament darling will offer outside shooting skills to Boston coach Brad Stevens.
29. Brooklyn Nets
Chris McCullough, F, 6-9, 220, Fr., Syracuse
A native of the Bronx, McCullough shook off ACL injury, landed with hometown team.
30. Golden State Warriors
Kevon Looney, F, 6-9, 220, Fr., UCLA
The last man sitting in the Green Room, the champions selected UCLA one-and-done.