The 2018 NBA Draft is finally here and with the Phoenix Suns on the clock and Arizona center DeAndre Ayton expected to be the No. 1 overall pick, the Thursday night festivities can get underway.
The NBA Draft is arguably the best non-sporting sports event of the Summer, with the best college and international basketball players ready to find out which teams they will begin their professional careers with.
From booms to busts, draft night trades and shocking selections, the NBA Draft provides a lot to unpack.
Here are the results from the 2018 NBA Draft, with live updates and analysis on every first and second-round draft pick.
2018 NBA Draft First Round Results
PICK (1): Phoenix Suns select C Deandre Ayton (Arizona): Ayton is a big-bodied center with classic post moves and a 7-foot-5 wingspan. You can't pass him up.
PICK (2): Sacramento Kings select F Marvin Bagley III (Duke): Bagley is an explosive frontcourt player who should thrive in today's NBA.
PICK (3): Atlanta Hawks traded draft rights of SG Luka Doncic (Slovenia) to the Dallas Mavericks: We have our first Woj Bomb!
Doncic can go to his left or his right and is a big-time shotmaker. He might be the best overall player in this draft, it's just going to be in Dallas instead of Atlanta.
More on the Atlanta Hawks-Dallas Mavericks trade here.
PICK (4): Memphis Grizzlies select F Jaren Jackson Jr. (Michigan State): Jaren Jackson is a modern big man in today's NBA. He might be the best overall defender in this draft.
PICK (5): Dallas Mavericks traded draft rights of PG Trae Young (Oklahoma) to the Atlanta Hawks: Hawks GM Travis Schlenk was an Assistant GM in Golden State with Steph Curry. Trae Young can be Schlenk's version of Steph Curry in Atlanta.
PICK (6): Orlando Magic select C Mohamed Bamba (Texas): Mo Bamba's 7-foot-10 wingspan is the longest in this draft and his defensive prowess and rebounding will make him a contributor immediately.
PICK (7): Chicago Bulls select F Wendell Carter (Duke): The second Duke Blue Devil off the board in the 2018 NBA Draft is an insane rebounder and has a well-rounded offensive game and good footwork. The Bulls know what they're getting in this draft with Wendell Carter.
PICK (8): Cleveland Cavaliers select PG Collin Sexton (Alabama): He may play with LeBron James in Cleveland, he might not. Regardless of LeBron's decision, Collin Sexton is a ball-dominant point guard who's extremely quick and impressive on defense.
PICK (9): New York Knicks select F Kevin Knox (Kentucky): Kevin Knox is a volume scorer, something the Knicks need with Kristaps Porzingis sidelined with a knee injury. Knox can knock down shots from inside and out, which bodes well for his NBA career.
PICK (10): Philadelphia 76ers select SF Mikal Bridges (Villanova): A two-time national champion, Mikal Bridges can fill up the basket from all over the court and is a solid defender. He's a prototypical 3-and-D player.
PICK (11): Charlotte Hornets traded the draft rights to PG Shai Gilgeous Alexander (Kentucky) to the Los Angeles Clippers: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is a high-character, versatile guard, who some argue is the best overall point guard in the 2018 NBA Draft. (Player profile)
ANOTHER WOJ BOMB!
PICK (12): Los Angeles Clippers traded the draft rights to SF Miles Bridges (Michigan State) to the Charlotte Hornets: Miles Bridges is a big-bodied small forward with quickness and athleticism that make him an elite finisher at the rim.
PICK (13): Los Angeles Clippers select G Jerome Robinson (Boston College): Jerome Robinson turned himself into a high-volume scorer during his junior season at Boston College, finishing second in the ACC in scoring behind Marvin Bagley.
PICK (14): Denver Nuggets select F Michael Porter Jr. (Missouri): A year ago Michael Porter Jr. was expected to be a top pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, but a back injury limited his college career to only a handful of games. Even still, he might have the most upside in the 2018 NBA Draft.
PICK (15): Washington Wizards select
PICK (16): Phoenix Suns select
PICK (17): Milwaukee Bucks select
PICK (18): San Antonio Spurs select
PICK (19): Atlanta Hawks select
PICK (20): Minnesota Timberwolves select
PICK (21): Utah Jazz select
PICK (22): Chicago Bulls select
PICK (23): Indiana Pacers select
PICK (24): Portland Trail Blazers select
PICK (25): Los Angeles Lakers select
PICK (26): Philadelphia 76ers select
PICK (27): Boston Celtics select
PICK (28): Golden State Warriors select
PICK (29): Brooklyn Nets select
PICK (30): Atlanta Hawks select
2018 NBA Draft First Round Results
PICK (31): Phoenix Suns select
PICK (32): Memphis Grizzlies select
PICK (33): Dallas Mavericks select
PICK (34): Atlanta Hawks select
PICK (35): Orlando Magic select
PICK (36): New York Knicks select
PICK (37): Sacramento Kings select
PICK (38): Philadelphia 76ers select
PICK (39): Los Angeles Lakers select
PICK (40): Brooklyn Nets select
PICK (41): Orlando Magic select
PICK (42): Detroit Pistons select
PICK (43): Denver Nuggets select
PICK (44): Washington Wizards select
PICK (45): Brooklyn Nets select
PICK (46): Houston Rockets select
PICK (47): Los Angeles Lakers select
PICK (48): Minnesota Timberwolves select
PICK (49): San Antonio Spurs select
PICK (50): Indiana Pacers select
PICK (51): New Orleans Pelicans select
PICK (52): Utah Jazz select
PICK (53): Oklahoma City Thunder select
PICK (54): Dallas Mavericks select
PICK (55): Charlotte Hornets select
PICK (56): Philadelphia 76ers select
PICK (57): Oklahoma City Thunder select
PICK (58): Denver Nuggets select
PICK (59): Phoenix Suns select
PICK (60): Philadelphia 76ers select
Before the draft: The NBA Draft always brings questionable fashion decisions. This year is no different. Trae Young is wearing a shorts suit and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is wearing ... whatever he's wearing. Colin Sexton is wearing a suit WITH HIMSELF on the inside.
Ah the annual shoes with spikes photo. This year, the shoes are on the feet of Collin Sexton and Marvin Bagley III