The NBA has agreed on a 22-team format to finish the 2020 season. That means the year is over for eight teams, who have now officially been eliminated from playoff contention.

The Golden State Warriors (15-50) finish with the worst record in the league. The five-time defending Western Conference champs were actually eliminated from postseason contention even before the season was indefinitely suspended on March 11.

The Minnesota Timberwolves (19-45) are the only other team in the West that won’t play in Orlando, Florida for a chance to make the playoffs. They are tied with Golden State with a 14% chance to win the draft lottery.

The Cleveland Cavaliers (19-46) also have a 14% chance to land the No.1 overall pick. Cleveland finishes at the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings, continuing to flounder in the wake of LeBron James’ departure.

The Atlanta Hawks (20-47), Detroit Pistons(20-46) and New York Knicks (21-45) are only separated by 1.5 games in the standings. They’ll remain at home, along with the Chicago Bulls (22-43) and Charlotte Hornets (23-42).

The Washington Wizards (24-40) are the only East team that’s outside the current playoff picture and gets to continue their season. They trail the No.8 seed Orlando Magic (30-35) by 5.5 games.

Some of the NBA’s most exciting players are done for the season because their teams are at the bottom of the standings. Stephen Curry finally got healthy before the season was suspended, playing a game for the Warriors after missing several months with a broken hand. Hawks guard Trae Young ranks fourth with 29.6 points and second with 9.3 assists per game.

Stephen Curry and Trae Young
In this picture, Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors drives against Trae Young #11 of the Atlanta Hawks at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Dec. 3, 2018. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images