First Round NBA Draft Picks from 1 to 30

The first round of the 2016 NBA Draft witnessed four trades, 14 foreign-born players, and the son of a Hall of Famer.

It went as expected, until it didn’t. And the shockers began with the third pick. Here, via Sports Illustrated, are the 30 first-round selections:

1. Philadelphia 76ers – Ben Simmons, LSU
2. Los Angeles Lakers – Brandon Ingram, Duke
3. Boston Celtics (From Brooklyn) – Jaylen Brown, Cal
4. Phoenix Suns – Dragan Bender, Croatia
5. Minnesota Timberwolves – Kris Dunn, Providence
6. New Orleans Pelicans – Buddy Hield, Oklahoma
7. Denver Nuggets – Jamal Murray, Kentucky
8. Sacramento Kings – Marquese Chriss, Washington (traded to Suns)
9. Toronto Raptors (From New York) – Jakob Poeltl, Utah
10. Milwaukee Bucks – Thon Maker, Australia
11. Orlando Magic – Domantas Sabonis, Gonzaga (traded to Thunder)
12. Atlanta Hawks (From Utah) – Taurean Prince, Baylor
13. Phoenix Suns (From Washington) – Georgios Papagiannis, Greece (traded to Kings)
14. Chicago Bulls – Denzel Valentine, Michigan State
15. Denver Nuggets (From Houston) – Juan Hernangomez, Spain
16. Boston Celtics (From Dallas) – Guerschon Yabusele, France
17. Memphis Grizzlies – Wade Baldwin IV, Vanderbilt
18. Detroit Pistons – Henry Ellenson, Marquette
19. Denver Nuggets (From Portland) – Malik Beasley, Florida State
20. Brooklyn Nets (From Indiana) – Caris LeVert, Michigan
21. Atlanta Hawks – DeAndre’ Bembry, St. Joseph’s
22. Charlotte Hornets – Malachi Richardson, Syracuse
23. Boston Celtics – Ante Zizic, Croatia
24. Philadelphia 76ers (From Miami via Cleveland) – Timothe Luwawu, France
25. Los Angeles Clippers – Brice Johnson, North Carolina
26. Philadelphia 76ers (From Oklahoma City via Denver and Cleveland) – Furkan Korkmaz, Turkey
27. Toronto Raptors – Pascal Siakam, New Mexico State
28. Phoenix Suns – Skal Labissiere, Kentucky (traded to the Kings)
29. San Antonio Spurs – Dejounte Murray, Washington
30. Golden State Warriors – Damian Jones, Vanderbilt

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