From Karl-Anthony Towns to Kevon Looney, SI.com's Chris Mannix grades all 30 first-round picks.
The 2015 NBA draft is in the books.
Thursday's much-anticipated event began as expected, with Karl-Anthony Towns going No. 1 overall to the Minnesota Timberwolves. But the surprises soon started to roll in. The Los Angeles Lakers surprised many by taking Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell with the No. 2 overall pick, setting the tone for an eventful night. Jahlil Okafor went to the 76ers despite their bevy of big men, Kristaps Porzingis was taken at No. 4 by the Knicks (yes, drama ensued) and the Magic rounded out the top five by drafting Mario Hezonja.
How about the rest of the first round? We have you covered. Here are grades and analysis for all 30 first-round picks: