Vote: What should Celtics do at No. 1? Are Lonzo and the Lakers a match?

And with the first pick in the 2017 NBA draft ... let the speculation begin!

The NBA draft lottery was full of tension, but ultimately the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers came away as big winners Tuesday night, landing the top two picks and the chance to select a franchise-changing player.

Boston became the first team since the 1981-82 Lakers to finish with the top record in a conference and pick first overall. Will the Celtics choose Washington point guard Markelle Fultz?

LaVar Ball has said repeatedly that his son, UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball, will be drafted by the Lakers. Will his prophecy come true?

What about the Philadelphia 76ers at No. 3? Joel Embiid could use a point guard to round out the Sixers' young and talented squad.

Weigh in on all the potential scenarios we could see unfold during the NBA draft by casting your vote below.

It's been less than 24 hours since the lottery, and drama could already be brewing with the Ball family. According to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, Ball is "undecided" about working out for other teams besides the Lakers.

The Phoenix Suns came away as the biggest losers on Tuesday night. Entering the NBA draft lottery, the Suns had the second-best chance to earn the top pick but slipped to fourth overall.

In Chad Ford's latest mock draft, Fultz and Ball are the top two picks, followed by Kentucky guard Malik Monk and Kansas forward Josh Jackson. However, a lot can change between now and draft night.

The NBA draft is June 22 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN.

--Isaac Chipps