Breaking down the latest roster moves ahead of the NBA restart

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How different will NBA rosters look when the season resumes at the end of this month?

Tuesday marked the end of the NBA's transaction window ahead of teams heading to Orlando for eight seeding games, followed by potential play-in tournaments and the 2020 playoffs. Now the only roster moves allowed will be substitute contracts for players who have chosen not to participate in the restart or are unable to do so after testing positive for COVID-19 -- some of which have already been reported.

Let's break down how the rosters shape up now -- including the return of players from injuries, the effect of players dropping out and the moves we've seen over the past week -- in contrast to what we last saw from NBA teams in March.