Jeremy Lin has played for eight different NBA franchises in his career. He recently arrived in Toronto to play for the Raptors, but apparently the high amount of turnover in his career caused him to wear the wrong jersey before practice this week.

Raptors beat reporter Josh Lewenberg reported on Wednesday that Lin accidentally put on teammate Kyle Lowry’s jersey before practice that day. Lin has worn jersey number seven at several points in his career, so he mistakenly put on Lowry’s jersey with that number on it.

Unfortunately for Lin, the journeyman point guard wears 17 in Toronto.

It was a humorous mishap that was corrected by the time Lin needed to actually play in a game. He has been solid in two brief appearances for the Raptors after the team acquired him on Feb. 13.

He put in 25 minutes in his first appearance for the Raptors, in a nine-point win over the Washington Wizards. He shot 3-for-7 for eight points, with five rebounds and five assists in just 25 minutes.

After that, Lin made another quality appearance against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night. He scored 11 points in 19 minutes, making multiple big shots in the fourth quarter of a three-point win over a playoff team in the Spurs.

Lin is expected to get plenty of minutes at the backup point guard spot as regular backup Fred Van Vleet recovers from an injury. Between Lowry, Van Vleet and Lin, the Raptors can put a quality point guard on the floor almost whenever they want, once everyone is healthy.

At 44-16, the Raptors are just a game behind the Milwaukee Bucks for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.

jeremy lin Jeremy Lin #7 of the Atlanta Hawks drives past Patrick Beverley #21 of the LA Clippers during a 123-118 Hawks win at Staples Center on January 28, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Harry How/Getty Images