Jeremy Lin is one of those names who have not made a deal with an NBA team after even after the end of free agency. Lin was a part of the Toronto Raptors team and has become the first Asian-American player to lift an NBA title.
The 30-year-old player has a lot of experience and there a few teams who are ready to make a deal with him.
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Most of the reports say that the Charlotte Hornets could reunite with Lin and sign him for a new deal. While the Raptors has given no indication about re-signing him, and hence a trade deal is maybe on its way.
Jeremy used to play for the Hornets a few years ago and had a good bonding with the team.
Jeremy Lin changing Teams
It will not be the first team that Jeremy Lin will change his team as he had already played for more than half a dozen NBA teams. At one time, none of the NBA teams selected Lin in the 2010 NBA draft.
But he played very well in the offshore countries and in the next year, he got a lot of offers from many NBA teams. Here are the teams for which Jeremy Lin has already played in his NBA career.
- Golden State Warriors (2010–2011)
- New York Knicks (2011–2012)
- Houston Rockets (2012–2014)
- Los Angeles Lakers (2014–2015)
- Charlotte Hornets (2015–2016)
- Brooklyn Nets (2016–2018)
- Atlanta Hawks (2018–2019)
- Toronto Raptors (2019)
Hornets needs New Players
Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lamb have left the team of Charlotte Hornets and they need some new talented players. Jeremy Lin has the ability to hit from the other side of the court and also dive to the basket. A reunion between the Hornets and Lin is totally possible, as coach Clifford is trying to make the deal possible.
The Hornets could offer him a minimum deal of a veteran’s package and Lin will most likely accept it. The Hornets could also get Miles Bridges and Dwayne Bacon, and pair them up with Jeremy Lin. If everything goes right, we will soon see playing Lin in the white an blue jersey of team Charlotte.
— NBA (@NBA) July 13, 2019