As many expected, the Cleveland Cavaliers chose University of Kansas standout Andrew Wiggins with the first overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Wiggins was followed by fellow freshman phenoms Jabari Parker (Milwaukee Bucks), Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers), and Aaron Gordon (Orlando Magic). Other notable highpoints included: Andrew Wiggins' Hostess CupCake inspired ensemble, Bill Simmons' fist pump, and Joel Embiid's satellite delay.

But, the night's best moment came before the 16th pick, when the NBA honored Baylor star Isaiah Austin. Austin's dream of becoming an NBA player ended last week when he was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that—if he continued to play competitive basketball—could've ended his life. At the very least, Austin has this moment and a purported job offer from Adam Silver

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