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The NBA has announced the rosters for all 22 teams participating in the season’s resumption at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando.

A total of 350 players make up the 22 teams, with only nine teams carrying the maximum of 17 players.

The Portland Trail Blazers have the smallest roster with just 13 players.

The Brooklyn Nets have 14 players after losing several players to a combination of coronavirus, injuries and decisions to opt out.

Injured players who didn’t travel with their teams to Orlando (such as Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving) are not included on the official rosters list, but injured players who traveled with their teams to Orlando (such as Dwight Powell of the Dallas Mavericks and Jeremy Lamb of the Indiana Pacers) are included, even if they won’t be playing.

From July 22-28, each team will play three scrimmages to prepare for the rest of the season.

The eight “seeding games” begin on July 30 with the Utah Jazz vs. the New Orleans Pelicans, followed by the Los Angeles Clippers vs. the Los Angeles Lakers.

All 22 rosters in alphabetical order by team: