The NBA Draft…the night when dreams are realized, #TrustTheProcess goes viral, and Jay Bilas morphs into a drinking game. It’s the night when playoff teams push to become champions and lottery teams push to become relevant. On draft night, everyone is an expert. Every team has a prayer.

No matter what, though, this is the best night of the year if you’re a basketball fan. Sure, Game 7 of this year’s NBA Finals was legendary and during the regular season we had a team win 73 games. But the draft is the perfect showcase for the digital age. Every year, social media takes the proceedings and supercharges them.

Twitter, in particular, has changed how we digest the draft each summer. Information moves so quickly you can’t keep up. NBA reporters like Adrian Wojnarowski regularly tweet picks before they happen (aka Wojbombs), so by the time the commissioner comes to the podium ready to drop knowledge on the masses, the NBA Twittersphere has already moved on. Reactions come fast and furious, and often make for a more entertaining follow than the actual show itself.

This year was no different. Here’s how Twitter reacted to last night’s NBA Draft:

Joel Embiid sets the stage:

NBA style back in the day... NBA style now:

Worst style fail of the night:

Boogie Cousins not so subtle subtweet:

On the Celtic’s Draft Night:

On Ben Simmons Going #1 Overall:

And more Sixers:

On the Serge Ibaka Trade:

On the Thon Maker Pick:

On all those Jimmy Butler rumors:

On the Knicks’ absence:

People taking shots at the Nets:

Throwing shade at skinny Silver and Ingram: