The first round of the 2017 NBA Draft has finally come to a close, with all 30 picks having been read out by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.

This year’s draft was one of the more predictable ones in recent years, with most mock drafts finishing relatively correct.

As everyone expected, Markelle Fultz was selected first overall by the Philadelphia 76ers, followed by hometown hero Lonzo Ball going to the Lakers. The top 3 was rounded out with the Celtics selecting Jayson Tatum out of Duke University.

The two biggest surprises of the draft were the trade involving the Chicago Bulls’ Jimmy Butler and the Minnesota Timberwolves, and Kentucky shooting guard Malik Monk falling all the way to #11, chosen by the Charlotte Hornets.

Take a look at the full first round results below:

2017 NBA Draft First Round Results

#1 (76ers) – Markelle Fultz (Washington)

#2 (Lakers) – Lonzo Ball (UCLA)

#3 (Celtics) Jayson Tatum (Duke)

#4 (Suns) – Josh Jackson (Kansas)

#5 (Kings) – De’Aaron Fox (Kentucky)

#6 (Magic) – Johnathan Isaac (Florida State)

#7 (Bulls, via. Timberwolves) – Lauri Markkanen (Arizona)

#8 (Knicks) – Frank Ntilinkina (France)

#9 (Mavericks) – Dennis Smith Jr. (NC State)

#10 (Trail Blazers, via. Kings) – Zach Collins (Gonzaga)

#11 (Hornets) – Malik Monk (Kentucky)

#12 (Pistons) – Luke Kennard (Duke)

#13 (Jazz, via. Nuggets) – Donovan Mitchell (Louisville)

#14 (Heat) – Bam Adebayo (Kentucky)

#15 (Kings, via. Trail Blazers) – Justin Jackson (North Carolina)

#16 (Timberwolves, via. Bulls) – Justin Patton (Creighton)

#17 (Bucks) – DJ Wilson (Michigan)

#18 (Pacers) – TJ Leaf (UCLA)

#19 (Hawks) – John Collins (Wake Forest)

#20 (Kings, via. Trail Blazers) – Harry Giles (Duke)

#21 (Thunder) – Terrance Ferguson (Dallas, Texas)

#22 (Nets) – Jarrett Allen (Texas)

#23 (Raptors) – OG Anunoby (Indiana)

#24 (Nuggets, via. Jazz) – Tyler Lydon (Syracuse)

#25 (76ers, via. Magic) – Andzejs Pasecniks (Latvia)

#26 (Trail Blazers) – Caleb Swanigan (Purdue)

#27 (Lakers, via. Nets) – Kyle Kuzma (Utah)

#28 (Jazz, via. Lakers) – Tony Bradley (North Carolina)

#29 (Spurs) – Derrick White (Colorado)

#30 (Lakers, via. Jazz) – Josh Hart (Villanova)