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Good morning. This is what happened at the NBA Draft.

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Good morning. Let's sort through the rubble.

ALL THE PICKS: Here's a full list of all 60 picks. The first point of intrigue was D'Angelo Russell at No. 2 to the Lakers. The Sixers jumped on Jahlil Okafor at No. 3 and the Knicks grabbed Kristaps Porzingis at No. 4. All very interesting! Two guys ended up sliding: Emmanual Mudiay (to Denver) and Justise Winslow (to Miami).

BEAUTIFUL: Porzingis has been adapting to American culture by religiously reading WorldStarHipHop. He got booed so hard. New York needs to learn to love him.

TRADES! The most notable player to switch teams Thursday night was Mason Plumlee, who is off to Portland with No. 20 pick Rondae Hollis-Jefferson headed back to Brooklyn. There was actually not much action at all despite GMs warning the media otherwise all week. For what it's worth, Ty Lawson is telling people on the Internet he's going to Sacramento after the Nuggets picked Mudiay.

ONE EXCEPTION: Luke Ridnour was traded three times in about 24 hours.

UNDRAFTEDS: Lots of undrafted players, led by Cliff Alexander, who was a very highly ranked H.S. recruit just a year ago.

WINNERS & LOSERS: First round winners and losers. And here are Kevin O'Connor's first-round grades.

MEANWHILE IN SACRAMENTO ... The Kings picked Willie Cauley-Stein. That's the best thing they could have done for DeMarcus Cousins.

RESISTING NOSTALGIA: Lee Jenkins welcomes the Lakers into the modern era.

SATNAM SINGH MADE IT: The Mavericks picked up Satnam Singh, a trailblazer in many respects. He's the first Indian-born player ever drafted, and he's the first draftee since 2006 not to play at least one year in college, overseas or in the D-League. Here's a big profile on him.

TIME TO START STUDYING: Here's Ricky O'Donnell's 2016 mock draft!

SUIT OF THE NIGHT: Rakeem Christmas! Honorable mention to Frank Kaminsky's suit jacket WITH EMBROIDERED TANKS ON THE LINER.

SHOES OF THE NIGHT: Kelly Oubre!

NEAT: Charlotte unveiled new Buzz City alternate jerseys (like 10 minutes before the draft).

UH HUH: Of course Clarence Thomas referenced the NBA in his dissent of a Supreme Court decision on fair housing.

IN OTHER NEWS: Division winners will no longer be guaranteed top-four seeds. Teams in each conference will be seeding 1-8 based on record.

Alright, happy Friday. Be back briefly on Saturday.

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