When NBA teams take the floor for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic suspended the season, rosters will look a lot different.

Some teams will be missing key contributors, while others won’t have the depth pieces they’ve grown to rely on throughout the 2019-20 season. And then there’s teams like the Brooklyn Nets, but we’ll get into that.

No matter if an absence is credited due to implications from coronavirus or injuries that prohibited them from playing, and thus traveling, approximately half the 22 teams traveling to Orlando will be impacted.

We’ve included a team-by-team breakdown of what players won’t be playing when games start July 30 at Walt Disney World’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.

You can check out those teams, and their respective seeding when regular-season games begin, below:

Eastern Conference