Cinderella came early in the NCAA Tournament, as the no. 15 St. Peter's pulled off a shocking win over no. 2 Kentucky in overtime, 85-79 on Thursday night.

It's definitely one of the biggest upsets in the history of the NCAA Tournament. The unheralded Peacocks, who have a shoestring basketball program, beat the mighty Wildcats, a perennial contender. Daryl Banks III and Doug Edert led the charge for St. Peter's with 27 and 20 points, respectively.

Of course, many NBA stars witnessed yet another glorious moment in college hoops.

Portland Trail Blazers wingman Josh Hart, who won an NCAA title with Villanova, was loving St. Peter's big W.

Indiana Pacers guard Tyrese Haliburton intently watched the matchup and had a spot-on analysis for Kentucky.

Philadelphia 76ers veteran Paul Millsap saluted St. Peter's and Kentucky for a quality game. He also pointed out that the Peacocks destroyed not a few brackets.

Millsap's teammate Tyrese Maxey and Charlotte Hornets forward PJ Washington, who both starred for Kentucky, couldn't help but be disappointed.

Los Angeles Clippers forward Robert Covington summed it up best in six words (and extra exclamation points).

St. Peter's now awaits the winner between no. 7 Murray State and no. 10 San Francisco. Kentucky, meanwhile, will now have to wait for the bus to go home. The Wildcats, led by SEC Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe, had another masterful season, only to see it get cut short in the NCAA Tournament.

But hey, that's March for you.