The Minnesota Timberwolves went big with the first pick in the 2015 NBA draft last night.The Timberwolves took 6-foot-11 Kentucky center Karl-Anthony Towns, who averaged 10.3 points and 6.7 rebounds during his only season with the Wildcats. Towns is the third Kentucky player to be selected No. 1 overall in the past six years. It's the sixth straight year a freshman was taken No. 1 and it was the most freshmen taken in the first round of the draft with 13. The L.A. Lakers went against the trend as they didn't take Duke center Jahlil Okafor with the second pick, instead they took Ohio State point guard DeAngelo Russell.

Locally, former UTEP Miners Vince Hunter and Julian Washburn were not drafted in the NBA Draft.

Here's the results of the first round of the NBA Draft

1. Minnesota Timberwolves - Karl-Anthony Towns, Kentucky

2. Los Angeles Lakers - D'Angelo Russell, Ohio State

3. Philadelphia 76ers - Jahlil Okafor, Duke

4. New York Knicks - Kristaps Porzingis, Latvia

5. Orlando Magic - Mario Hezonja, Croatia

6. Sacramento Kings - Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky

7. Denver Nuggets - Emmanuel Mudiay, Congo

8. Detroit Pistons - Stanley Johnson, Arizona

9. Charlotte Hornets - Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin

10. Miami Heat - Justise Winslow, Duke

11. Indiana Pacers - Myles Turner, Texas

12. Utah Jazz - Trey Lyles, Kentucky

13. Phoenix Suns - Devin Booker, Kentucky

14. Oklahoma City Thunder - Cameron Payne, Murray State

15. Atlanta Hawks (traded to Washington Wizards for Tim Hardaway Jr.) - Kelly Oubre Jr., Kansas

16. Boston Celtics - Terry Rozier, Louisville

17. Milwaukee Bucks - Rashad Vaughn, UNLV

18. Houston Rockets - Sam Dekker, Wisconsin

19. Washington Wizards (traded to New York Knicks) - Jerian Grant, Notre Dame

20. Toronto Raptors - Delon Wright, Utah

21. Dallas Mavericks - Justin Anderson, Virginia

22. Chicago Bulls - Bobby Portis, Arkansas

23. Portland Trail Blazers (traded with Steve Blake to Brooklyn Nets for Pat Connaughton, Mason Plumlee) - Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Arizona

24. Cleveland Cavaliers (traded to Minnesota Timberwolves for Cedi Osman and Rakeem Christmas) - Tyus Jones, Duke

25. Memphis Grizzlies - Jarell Martin, LSU

26. San Antonio Spurs - Nikola Milutinov, Serbia

27. Los Angeles Lakers - Larry Nance Jr., Wyoming

28. Boston Celtics - R.J. Hunter, Georgia State

29. Brooklyn Nets - Chris McCullough, Syracuse

30. Golden State Warriors - Kevon Looney, UCLA