NBA Draft 2015 Results: List of NBA Draft Picks for 2015

NBA Draft 2015 Results and Picks are in! Find out on the list below who your favorite NBA teams have picked in the NBA Draft 2015 held earlier, June 25, 2015 (June 26 MLA time). It was broadcast on ESPN, and the official @NBADraft Twitter account gave live updates of the results.

18-year-old 6'11" center Karl-Anthony Towns formerly from the Kentucky Wildcats has joined the Minnesota Timberwolves as its No. 1 over-all pick in the NBA Draft 2015.

This top draft pick will soon be playing with Zach LaVine, Roy Andrew Wiggins, Ricky Rubio and Kevin Garnett in the next NBA 2015-2016 Season. That's exciting and it makes the Timberwolves a team to watch!

Meanwhile, 19-y.o. 6'5" point guard D'Angelo Russell who has been buzzing since last night has been selected by Kobe Bryant team Los Angeles Lakers as the No. 2 over-all pick.

3rd Pick is Jahlil Okafor, 19, 6'11" center, going to the Philadelphia 76ers, while Latvian power forward Kristaps Porzingis, who amazingly stands 7'2" at 19, is the 4th NBA Draft pick, as chosen by New York Knicks. Fans' reactions to Knicks' choice are actually mixed.

Now, I have a new favorite. This Croatian small forward Mario Hezonja, 20, who's now with the Orlando Magic as the No. 5 pick this year.

Another one from Kentucky, Willie Cauley-Stein, 21, 7'1" center, has been drafted by the Sacramento Kings as #6, while the 6'5" PG from China, Emmanuel Mudiay, age 19, is 7th, joining the Denver Nuggets.

Detroit Pistons on one hand got the 8th Pick Stanley Johnson, 19, 6"6" SF. Charlotte Hornets adds Frank Kaminsky, 22, 7'1" center, to its roster as the 9th Pick.

LeBron James' former team Miami Heat welcomed 6'6" small forward Justise Winslow, 19 (10th Pick), as Indiana Pacers got the next pick, 19 6'1" PF Myles Turner (11th).

And the 12th Pick went to the Utah Jazz - Trey Lyles, 19, 6'10" power forward.

Here's the rest of the 2015 NBA Draft picks in the 1st Round:

13th Pick - Devin Booker - Phoenix Suns
14th Pick - Cameron Payne, 20 6'2" PG - OKC Thunder

15th Pick - Kelly Oubre, 19 6'7" SF - Atlanta Hawks
16th Pick - Terry Rozier - Boston Celtics
17th Pick - Rashad Vaughn - Milwaukee Bucks

18th Pick - Sam Dekker, 21 6'9" SF - Houston Rockets
19th Pick - Jerian Grant, 22 6'4" PG - Washington Wizards
20th Pick - Delon Wright - Toronto Raptors
21st Pick - Justin Anderson - Dallas Mavericks
22nd Pick - Bobby Portis, 20 6'11" PF - Chicago Bulls
23rd Pick - Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, 20 6'7" SF - Portland Trail Blazers
24th Pick - Tyus Jones - Cleveland Cavaliers
25th Pick - Jarell Martin - Memphis Grizzlies
26th Pick - Nikola Milutinov - San Antonio Spurs
27th Pick - Larry Nance Jr - LA Lakers
28th Pick - RJ Hunter - Boston Celtics
29th Pick - Chris McCullough - Brooklyn Nets
30th Pick - Kevon Looney - Golden State Warriors

31st to 40th: Cedi Osman (Minnesota Timberwolves), Montrezl Harrell (Houston Rockets), Jordan Mickey (Boston Celtics), Guillermo Hernangomez (Philadelphia 76ers), Rakeem Christmas (Minnesota Timberwolves), Richaun Holmes (Philadelphia 76ers), Richaun Holmes (Philadelphia 76ers), Darrun Hilliard (Detroit Pistons), Juan Vaulet (Charlotte Hornets) and Josh Richardson (Miami Heat).

41st to 50th: Pat Connaughton (Brooklyn Nets), Olivier Hanlan (Utah Jazz), Joseph Young (Indiana Pacers), Andrew Harrison (Phoenix Suns), Marcus Thornton (Boston Celtics), Norman Powell (Milwaukee Bucks), Arturas Guadaitis (Philadelphia 76ers), Dakari Johnson (OKC Thunder), Aaron White (Washington Wizards) and Marcus Eriksson (Atlanta Hawks).

51st to 60th: Tyler Harvey (Orlando Magic), Satnam Singh Bharama (Dallas Mavericks), Sir'Dominic Pointer (Cleveland Cavaliers), Daniel Diez (Utah Jazz), Cady Lalanne (SA Spurs), Branden Dawson (New Orleans Pelicans), Nikola Radicevic (Denver Nuggets), J.P. Tokoto (Philadelphia 76ers, Dimitrios Agravanis (Atlanta Hawks) and Luka Mitrovic (Philadelphia 76ers).
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