Andrew Wiggins (center), Dante Exum (left) and Julius Randle all found NBA homes Thursday night.
Here's a look at some of the top stats and storylines from one of the most anticipated NBA Drafts in league history.
Parker, Embiid fill out Top 3
19 PPG, 8 RPG, 35% 3-pt FG, Freshmen Last 15 Seasons
With Wiggins off the board, the Milwaukee Bucks selected Jabari Parker second overall. Parker was part of an elite group of freshmen to dominate both inside and out in college during the last 15 seasons.
The Philadelphia 76ers chose Joel Embiid with the third pick, giving Kansas as many top-three picks in this draft as it had in the rest of the common draft era combined (Danny Manning and Raef LaFrentz).
When healthy, Embiid, along with last year's lottery pick Nerlens Noel, should help a Sixers team that ranked 28th in the NBA in rebounding percentage last season. In his freshman season, Embiid led all Big-7 players with a 20.5 rebounding percentage.
Randle continues Kentucky tradition
Most Double-Doubles by Freshman,
From one storied program to another, former Kentucky standout Julius Randle was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers with the seventh pick in the first round.
After the Lakers finished last in the NBA in both offensive and defensive rebounding percentages, Randle will be expected to duplicate his double-double dominance from Day One.
Only Michael Beasley recorded more double-doubles in a freshman season than Julius Randle did last year.
Vonleh, McDermott stand out for Midwest
Noah Vonleh went to the Charlotte Hornets with the ninth selection. Vonleh led the Big Ten in field goal percentage (50 percent) on catch-and-shoot plays, ahead of Michigan's Nik Stauskas (minimum 25 plays).
This was the first time Indiana had top-10 picks in consecutive drafts since 1976-77.
Since 2005, every Wooden Award winner has been a lottery pick. The last winner to not go in the lottery was Jameer Nelson, who was drafted 20th overall in 2004.
UCLA trio pulls a first since 1979
The UCLA Bruins had three players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft for the first time since 1979.
Freshman point guard Zach LaVine was drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the 13th pick. The Memphis Grizzlies turned some eyes by selecting Bruins shooting guard Jordan Adams with the 22nd selection. And sophomore point guard Kyle Anderson sealed the deal when he went to the San Antonio Spurs with the final pick of the first round.
Anderson is one of three players in the last 30 seasons to average at least 14 points, eight rebounds and six assists in a season , joining Memphis State's Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) and Ohio State's Evan Turner (2009-10).