Tuesday, May 20 will be the most nerve-wracking day that the Boston Celtics fans have experienced in quite some time.
The range of emotions is as vast as the possible results. Boston could wind up with the No. 1 overall pick, which has a 10.3 percent chance of happening, and New England would rejoice. The Celtics could wind up with the No. 8 pick, and television remotes and flat screens everywhere will need hospitalization for fractures.
On that day, it will all come down to the pingpong balls. After that, though, it is up to President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge and his staff to evaluate those young prospects and choose the best one that is available whenever those table-tennis gods say the green will be drafting.
The 2014 draft class has no shortage of big names, and depending on where it picks, Boston could come away with one of those potential stars. If that isn't the case, there are still a handful of intriguing options that could fit Boston in 2014-15 and beyond.