The NBA is finally settling on a new calendar for the season. With games set to restart this summer and the Finals ending in the fall, dates for major events away from the court have been changed.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 2020 NBA Draft lottery is now set for Aug. 25. The draft itself is now scheduled to take place on Oct. 15.

The news comes a day after it was reported that the league had finalized a proposal to continue the season and crown a 2020 champion. The NBA is targeting July 31 to resume regular-season games. The season could last until Oct. 12, which would be Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

The teams with the 22-best records will finish the season in Orlando, Florida. Each team will play eight regular-season games. If the No.8 and No.9 seed in each conference are separated by fewer than four games, they’ll meet in a short play-in tournament for the right play in the postseason.

Before the season was indefinitely suspended on March 11 when Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, the draft lottery was scheduled for May 19. The draft was supposed to take place on June 25, four days after the last possible NBA Finals game.

The Golden State Warriors have the NBA’s worst record. They are tied with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves for a 14% chance to win the No.1 overall draft pick.

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Zion Williamson #1 of the New Orleans Pelicans and Ja Morant #12 of the Memphis Grizzlies stand on the court during a NBA game at Smoothie King Center on January 31, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sean Gardner/Getty Images