The NBA draft lottery process is expected to look the same as last year even if the season were to end in an incomplete manner. 

"I wouldn't expect changes," an executive told Tim Bontemps of ESPN.

League executives brought up several reasons as to why there would be no changes to the draft lottery this season, including that every team has played more than 75% of its season.

Under the new lottery system, implemented last year, teams with the worst three records have a 14% chance at getting the top pick. The percentages also give teams from the fourth through 13th pick an increased chance of moving up in the draft.