The NBA Draft 2017 has come to an end. Here is the review and a short analysis of the first ten picks. There were also some trade news that has been involved in this draft event. So, let's start with the No.1 pick and the Philadelphia 76ers.

Philadelphia forms "the big three", Lonzo Ball goes to L.A.

With the first pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, the Philadelphia 76ers select Markelle Fultz from the University of Washington. And that is how the commissioner Adam Silver opened this draft selection. "The Process" is complete. With Fultz on their roster, the 76ers created a young and talented team and they are ready to attack the playoff spot.

Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz now form a talented trio, that should dominate in the future. And don't forget about Dario Saric, a potential "Rookie Of The Year".

The Los Angeles Lakers selected a great playmaker Lonzo Ball from the UCLA. After they traded D'Angelo Russell to Brooklyn Nets, this was the obvious choice for the Lakers. The only question was will they pick Lonzo Ball or De'Aaron Fox. Ball should fit perfectly in this Lakers team, as his mentor will be one of the greatest playmakers of all time- Magic Johnson.

Jayson Tatum, the small forward from Duke, was selected as a third pick by the Boston Celtics. They needed a second scoring option and Tatum should be a perfect offensive player.

There are some trade rumors about Paul George coming to Boston, but nothing is official yet.

Fox joins the Kings, while Markkanen was traded to Chicago

The Phoenix Suns selected Josh Jackson, the athletic small forward from Kansas. This was a risky move by the Suns, as Jackson is not yet a good shooter.

With the fifth pick, the Sacramento Kings chose De'Aaron Fox, a very talented point guard.

Fox has a potential to become a franchise player. This was a great selection by the Kings.

Jonathan Isaac goes to Orlando, as the Magic continues to build a young, perspective and athletic roster. Isaac could become a starter very quickly if Aaron Gordon moves to power forward position.

The Minnesota Timberwolves selected a great shooter Lauri Markkanen and traded him to the Chicago Bulls.

The Bulls sent Jimmy Butler and the No.16 pick to the Timberwolves, as they received Markkanen, Zach Lavine and Kris Dunne.

The New York Knicks selected Frank Ntilikina at the eight spot, while the Dallas Mavericks selected Dennis Smith Jr. as a ninth pick.

The Portland Trailblazers traded the No.15 and No.20 picks to the Kings, as they received the No.10 pick. They selected Zach Collins, a center from Gonzaga.