Markelle Fultz was selected No. 1 overall.
Jordan Bell had to wait until the 38th pick to get drafted.
"I think I'm in the best spot," Bell said on 95.7 The Game on Wednesday. "I think Markelle Fultz would rather be in my position than his (laughter)."
Apparently, joining the defending champions and getting the opportunity to play with Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson is a pretty good situation to be in.
Bell revealed that he thought he was going to be taken somewhere in the 19-31 range.
As he continued to slide, he was extremely frustrated.
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But then he found out that the Warriors -- who paid the Bulls $3.5 million for Bell's rights -- were his new team.
And all was good in the world.
What are Bell's plans over the next couple of weeks and months?
"Been up here for awhile working out with the team, lifting, getting to know the players a little bit," Bell explained. "Definitely going to play in Summer League and then right after that, I'm going to try to find a place out here, move in right away so I can just get ready to help the team out as much as possible."
Ben Simmons -- the top pick in the 2016 draft -- made about $5.9 million as a rookie (he didn't play a single game).
Pat McCaw -- the 38th pick in the 2016 draft -- made about $543,000.
No word yet on Bell's contract details with the Warriors...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller