Since the days of the famous Lin-sanity era, Jeremy Lin has played for six different NBA teams.
His latest stint with the Raptors came with an NBA Championship, but the 30-year-old point guard has yet to receive any offers going into month two of his free agency period.
"Free agency has been tough cause I feel like in some ways, the NBA has kind of given up on me," Lin said while speaking in Taiwan.
“Rock bottom seems to be getting more and more rock bottom for me.”
In 2017, Lin suffered a torn Achilles that derailed his career. He averaged 18 points per game for Brooklyn, only to average under 11 points in the three seasons that followed.
With increasing unlikelihood that Lin will get picked up by a team before the season, it seems his days in the league may be over. Reports indicate he could end up with Russian team CSKA Moscow.
While not an All-Star, Lin has made a career off his scoring talents -- helping the Knicks, Rockets, and Nets off the bench.
His latest season saw him average 7 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game in 18 minutes per game with Raptors. He feels betrayed, hurt, and discouraged by his recent efforts, but folks remain optimistic that the 2019 NBA Champ will find an NBA home.