NBA Draft Pick Results 2015: Complete List of Pick-by-Pick Overall Selections, Franchise Picks Recap by Order, Highlights

The New Knicks pulled off the most surprising in last night’s NBA Draft as they selected Kristaps Porzingis. Phil Jackson has gambled on the 19-year-old Latvian, hoping that he would become the next Dirk Nowitzki and Pau Gasol.

Porzingis has been the biggest and most talented propects in Europe but he would be risky to take. Porzingis is measured 7’2 and 230 pounds. He has the size for a bigman with outside shooting capabilities. He needs to work early to increase his muscle. He could end up a bust or the biggest steal in the 2015 NBA Draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves selected Karl-Anthony Towns as the overall pick. Meanwhile, the Lakers picked guard D’Angelo Russell as the No. 2 overall. Here’s the complete NBA Draft 2015 First and Second Rounds.

Round 1

Pick Team Player Pos School
1 Minnesota Timberwolves Karl-Anthony Towns PF/C
2 Los Angeles Lakers D’Angelo Russell G Ohio State
3 Philadelphia 76ers Jahlil Okafor C Duke
4 New York Knicks Kristaps Porzingis F/C Sevilla
5 Orlando Magic Mario Hezonja G/F FC Barcelona
6 Sacramento Kings Willie Cauley-Stein C Kentucky
7 Denver Nuggets Emmanuel Mudiay PG Guangdong
8 Detroit Pistons Stanley Johnson SF Arizona
9 Charlotte Hornets Frank Kaminsky PF Wisconsin
10 Miami Heat Justise Winslow SF Duke
11 Indiana Pacers Myles Turner C Texas
12 Utah Jazz Trey Lyles F Kentucky
13 Phoenix Suns Devin Booker SG Kentucky
14 Oklahoma City Thunder Cameron Payne PG Murray State
15 Washington Wizards (via Hawks)
Kelly Oubre SF Kansas
16 Boston Celtics Terry Rozier PG Louisville
17 Milwaukee Bucks Rashad Vaughn SG UNLV
18 Houston Rockets Sam Dekker SF Wisconsin
19 New York Knicks (via Hawks via Wizards) Jerian Grant G Notre Dame
20 Toronto Raptors Deion Wright PG Utah
21 Dallas Mavericks Justin Anderson SF Virginia
22 Chicago Bulls Bobby Portis PF Arkansas
23 Brooklyn Nets (via Portland Trail Blazers) Rondae Hollis-Jefferson SF Arizona
24 Minnesota Timberwolves (via Cavs)
Tyus Jones PG Duke
25 Memphis Grizzlies Jarell Martin F LSU
26 San Antonio Spurs Nikola Milutinov C Partizan
27 Los Angeles Lakers Larry Nance, Jr. F Wyoming
28 Boston Celtics R.J. Hunter SG Georgia State
29 Brooklyn Nets Chris McCullough PF Syracuse
30 Golden State Warriors Kevon Looney F UCLA

Round 2

Pick Team Player Pos School
31 Cleveland Cavaliers (via Wolves)
Cedi Osman F Anadolu Efes
32 Houston Rockets Montrezl Harrell PF Louisville
33 Boston Celtics Jordan Mickey PF LSU
34 Los Angeles Lakers Anthony Brown SF Stanford
35 Philadelphia 76ers Guillermo Hernangomez C Sevilla
36 Cleveland Cavaliers (via Wolves)
Rakeem Christmas PF Syracuse
37 Philadelphia 76ers Richaun Holmes PF Bowling Green
38 Detroit Pistons Darrun Hilliard SG Villanova
39 Brooklyn Nets (via Hornets) Juan Vaulet SF Bahia Basket
40 Miami Heat Josh Richardson SG Tennessee
41 Brooklyn Nets Pat Connaughton SF Notre Dame
42 Utah Jazz Olivier Hanlan SG Boston College
43 Indiana Pacers Joseph Young SG Oregon
44 Memphis Grizzlies (via Suns) Andrew Harrison PG Kentucky
45 Boston Celtics Marcus Thornton PG William & Mary
46 Toronto Raptors (via Bucks) Norman Powell SG UCLA
47 Philadelphia 76ers Arturas Gudaitis C Žalgiris Kaunas
48 Oklahoma Thunder Dakari Johnson C Kentucky
49 Washington Wizards Aaron White PF Iowa
50 Atlanta Hawks Marcus Eriksson SG FC Barcelona
51 Orlando Magic Tyler Harvey SG Eastern Washington
52 Dallas Mavericks Satnam Singh C IMG Academy
53 Cleveland Cavaliers Sir’Dominic Pointer SF St. John’s
54 Portland Trail Blazers (via Jazz) Daniel Diez SF Spain
55 San Antonio Spurs Cady Lalanne PF UMass
56 New Orleans Pelicans Branden Dawson PF Michigan State
57 Denver Nuggets Nikola Radicevic PG Sevilla
58 Philadelphia 76ers J.P. Tokoto SF UNC
59 Atlanta Hawks Dimitrios Agravanis PF Olympiacos
60 Philadelphia 76ers Luka Mitrović PF Red Star Belgrade

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