Wow.

The 2016 NBA Draft has come to an end. After a long and exciting night filled with emotions and celebrations, rookies have found their new homes. As we get prepared to watch our favorite team's rookies play in Summer League, we review how the draft unfolded.

1st Overall Pick: Philadelphia 76ers

Selection: Ben Simmons, LSU

Analysis: Ben Simmons is a matchup nightmare. He joins a crowded frontcourt of Joel Embiid, Dario Saric, Nerlens Noel, and Jahlil Okafor. Philadelphia is sure to trade one of these big men to clear playing time for Simmons. The Australia product will give the 76ers a fantastic playmaker with a special passing ability. He's an inconsistent shooter, but that can develop over time. Simmons was the best player and best choice for the 76ers.

2nd Overall Pick: Los Angeles Lakers

Selection: Brandon Ingram, Duke

Analysis: Ingram will instantly boost an LA offense that ranked dead last in three point percentage last season. Ingram is a multidimensional player with a special scoring ability. He is a bit thin, but can bulk with age. Ingram will give the Lakers a scoring boost that will help ease them into the post-Kobe era. Ingram also had the highest draft grade in this year's class. Great pick for the Lakers.

3rd Overall Pick: Boston Celtics

Selection: Jaylen Brown, California

Analysis: Jaylen Brown will add an elite athlete to a young Celtics' roster. Brown is a great defender and slasher, and will surely boost the Celtics on both ends. He will need to improve his shooting, but he is a great addition for an emerging Boston team.

4th Overall Pick: Phoenix Suns

Selection: Dragan Bender, Croatia

Analysis: Phoenix gets a young talent with tremendous upside. Bender is a mismatch nightmare that gives Phoenix a big that can stretch the floor. Bender is raw, but he has the ability to develop into a special talent. Bender may not fix the Suns' woes right away, but he gives Phoenix an immediate boost.

5th Overall Pick: Minnesota Timberwolves

Selection: Kris Dunn, Providence

Analysis: Dunn has the ability to step in and contribute right away for an up-and-coming Timberwolves team that also features Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns. Kris Dunn is a special athlete and defender that can help get Minnesota back to the playoffs. Watch out for Tom Thibodeau and the Minnesota Timberwolves, as they just added a great fit and talent to their youthful roster.

6th Overall Pick: New Orleans Pelicans

Selection: Buddy Hield, Oklahoma

Analysis: The Pelicans just found Anthony Davis' sidekick. Hield is an elite shooter with high athleticism and basketball IQ. He's an underrated defender, and should be able to contribute to the Pelicans immediately. I think the Pelicans and Anthony Davis are very happy about this pick. Good fit for the Pelicans.

7th Overall Pick: Denver Nuggets

Selection: Jamal Murray, Kentucky

Analysis: Jamal Murray is a great scorer that gives the Denver Nuggets another piece to the puzzle. He should be able to contribute right away as a ballhandler and scorer. His defense will need a lot of improvement, but it's a safe pick for an improving Denver team.

8th Overall Pick: Sacramento Kings (TRADED TO PHOENIX SUNS)

Selection: Marquese Chriss, Washington

Analysis: Chriss is a sensational athlete and good shooter. He is a high-risk, high-reward player that will give Phoenix another great addition. Chriss is a dynamic athlete with a special leaping ability. He's raw and will need to refine his skills, but the former Huskie is a fantastic pick for the Suns.

9th Overall Pick: Toronto Raptors

Selection: Jakob Poeltl, Utah

Analysis: Poeltl is a traditional old-school center with a knack for scoring and shot-blocking. He is an efficient shooter that will give Toronto another big to add to their arsenal. Poeltl will also help ease the potential loss of Bismack Biyombo. Poeltl is a safe pick for the Raptors.

10th Overall Pick: Milwaukee Bucks

Selection: Thon Maker, Australia

Analysis: Thon Maker is the mystery man of the NBA Draft. He avoided playing in college and got the pass to enter the draft out of high school. He hasn't played against elite competition, but he is a physical specimen. He is a tall lanky but powerful player with good defense and post skills. Interesting pick for the Bucks.

11th Overall Pick: Orlando Magic (SABONIS TRADED TO THUNDER IN DEAL FOR SERGE IBAKA)

Selection: Domantas Sabonis, Gonzaga

Analysis: Sabonis is a great post player and defensive talent that should carry over to the NBA. He has a knack for rebounding and he's a great hustle player. A good, safe pick for the Magic. 

12th Overall Pick: Utah Jazz (PICK TRADED TO ATLANTA)

Selection: Taurean Prince, Baylor

Analysis: Prince adds another good, young player to an Atlanta team that'll look to improve on last season. Prince is a good slasher with upside to improve as a player. An interesting, but good pick for the Hawks.

13th Overall Pick: Phoenix Suns (TRADED TO SACRAMENTO KINGS)

Selection: Georgios Papagiannis, Greece

Analysis: The Kings are getting a huge, young post player that also has the ability to score from outside. Papagiannis has good potential that could develop heavily under the tutelage of DeMarcus Cousins. Solid pick for the Kings.

14th Overall Pick: Chicago Bulls

Selection: Denzel Valentine, Michigan State

Analysis: Valentine could quickly become a fan favorite in Chicago. Valentine has tremendous work ethic and is constantly working to improve his all-around game. This is a very safe pick for a Chicago team that may not be done dealing.

15th Overall Pick: Denver Nuggets

Selection: Juan Hernangomez, Spain

Analysis: Hernangomez is an international talent that could be a great pickup for Denver. He looks ready to play in the NBA with the Nuggets this season. He's a tough and savvy player that should be able to contribute to the Nuggets in the near future.

16th Overall Pick: Boston Celtics

Selection: Geurschon Yabusele, France

Analysis: The Boston Celtics select what will will likely be a draft-and-stash candidate for a busy roster. Yabusele is a good outside shooter and all-around player that could develop into a star. Yabusele has drawn comparisons to Draymond Green in how he plays. Good pick by the Celtics.

17th Overall Pick: Memphis Grizzlies

Selection: Wade Baldwin IV, Vanderbilt

Analysis: Baldwin is an explosive guy with a freakish wingspan of 6'11" despite only being 6'4". He should be able to step in for the expected loss of Mike Conley. Baldwin is a good player that could develop into a star for Memphis. Good pick and good fit here for the Grizzlies.

18th Overall Pick: Detroit Pistons

Selection: Henry Ellenson, Marquette

Analysis: Ellenson is a good scorer in face-up offense, which makes him compatible with Andre Drummond. The former Marquette standout is a classic Stan Van Gundy pick, and it's a safe one. Henry Ellenson should be able to step in and compete for playing time on day one.

19th Overall Pick: Denver Nuggets

Selection: Malik Beasley, Florida State

Analysis: Beasley gives the Nuggets another young talent that can help stretch the floor and make plays. The former Seminole offers the ability the guard multiple positions, as well as the ability to shoot from NBA range. Good pick for a crowded Nuggets roster.

20th Overall Pick: Indiana Pacers (TRADED TO THE BROOKLYN NETS)

Selection: Caris LeVert, Michigan

Analysis: The Nets get a playmaker at pick twenty who, when healthy, can score at will. Lever was a stud for Michigan when he was on the court. If he can find a way to stay healthy, look for the former Wolverine to make an instant impact for the Nets.

21st Overall Pick: Atlanta Hawks

Selection: DeAndre Bembry, St. Joseph's

Analysis: Bembry is a versatile player that has a great knack for finishing. He's a well-rounded player that needs some work on his shooting. Bembry is a hard worker and should be a solid fit for the Atlanta Hawks.

22nd Overall Pick: Charlotte Hornets (TRADED TO SACRAMENTO KINGS)

Selection: Malachi Richardson, Syracuse

Analysis: Richardson gives the Kings some shooting to go along with their strong inside play. The Kings are hoping Richardson can do what Stauskas and McLemore couldn't and score consistently from the outside. Intriguing pick for the Kings.

23rd Overall Pick: Boston Celtics

Selection: Ante Zizic, Croatia

Analysis: The Celtics go international again by picking Ante Zizic. He is a high-energy big man with great toughness and solid work ethic. Zizic is a steal for the Celtics, but may not contribute right away. Zizic is a draft-and-stash candidate for the Celtics.

24th Overall Pick: Philadelphia 76ers

Selection: Timothe Luwawu, France

Analysis: Luwawu falls right into Philadelphia's lap at 24. The French product is a great three-point shooter and athlete and will surely help stretch the floor for a 76ers team that lacked outside shooting last season. This is a great value pick for the 76ers.

25th Overall Pick: Los Angeles Clippers

Selection: Brice Johnson, North Carolina

Analysis: Johnson is an above-average rebounder and good mid-range player that probably won't see much time in his first season. He has the potential to develop into a quality player, but for now, he looks to be a low-end bench player in his first season.

26th Overall Pick: Philadelphia 76ers

Selection: Furkan Korkmaz, Turkey

Analysis: Another solid pick for the 76ers, Korkmaz should be able to add athleticism, shooting, and more youth to the 76ers roster. Korkmaz is a candidate for draft-and-stash due to his expensive buyout and low salary. Could be an impact player in the future.

27th Overall Pick: Toronto Raptors

Selection: Pascal Siakam, New Mexico State

Analysis: Siakam is a great rebounder with great length. He runs the floor well and features a short range offensive game. He is a tenacious hustler and has the high-motor energy that could translate to NBA success. He may not get minutes on day one, but still a solid pick.

28th Overall Pick: Phoenix Suns (TRADED TO THE SACRAMENTO KINGS)

Selection: Skal Labissiere, Kentucky

Analysis: Labissiere was a projected top three pick before the college basketball season, but saw his stock drop heavily after numerous poor performances. He will go to the Kings with a chance to learn from DeMarcus Cousins and hopefully develop his game. Labissiere has All Star potential, but he needs to find out how to unleash it.

29th Overall Pick: San Antonio Spurs

Selection: Dejounte Murray, Washington

Analysis: The Spurs select what could be the successor to Tony Parker in Dejounte Murray. This is the perfect Spurs pick, as they happily take Murray after a long fall for the former Huskie. Murray is a talented and athletic guard that is a great finisher in transition. A great pick for the future and a likely steal for the Spurs.

30th Overall Pick: Golden State Warriors

Selection: Damian Jones, Vanderbilt

Analysis: The Warriors selecting Damian Jones likely means they're letting Festus Ezeli walk. The Vanderbilt product can jump out of the gym, and he has elite athleticism. Jones can come in and start at center or come off the bench in his rookie season. Jones is a solid pick for a Warriors team that will surely be looking to get back to the Finals next season.