With Jeremy Lin currently remaining unsigned, there are reasons why some of his former teams should consider giving "Linsanity" another shot.

Lin is now experiencing one of the worst and twisted times of his NBA career. After winning an NBA title with the Toronto Raptors, the Asian-American point guard has become one of the remaining unsigned free agents this summer. Given the fact that Lin has played with an array of NBA teams all throughout his career, some of his former teams should look back at his resume and give him another shot, according to New York Daily News.

First is the Charlotte Hornets, which signed versatile guard Terry Rozier in a huge deal. But there are still doubts if he can really deliver, especially now that Kemba Walker is already out. Devonte Graham played last season but did not manage to contribute enough. Meanwhile, Nicolas Batum can run the point but not for very long.

All these facts and possible setbacks could be solved by adding Lin into their roster. Lin's familiarity with the Hornets could be utilized by the team especially during crunch time. Charlotte also has three open roster spots to fill and putting Lin in wouldn't be a bad decision at all.

Next up is the Golden State Warriors. Lin played for the Warriors before he joined the New York Knicks. In fact, GSW is his first NBA team, and Lin playing for the Dubs once again could help the team now that their roster appears to be lacking a backup point guard.

Klay Thompson, an established backcourt, will be out for five to seven months due to injury. This means that Stephen Curry and D'Angelo Russell will have to play longer minutes on the floor together.

This could also mean that the Warriors could desperately use some help at the point guard slot, and Lin could play that role coming off the bench.

Another team that might consider him is the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks bought Lin’s contract out to give him an opportunity to play for a contending team. Other than that, Lin was all good in Atlanta. Same as the Warriors, the Hawks are in need of a backup point guard, but the only difference is that Lin has played more minutes with the Hawks than the Warriors. Lin averaged nearly 11 points and four assists through 51 games with the Hawks before they bought his contract out.

Now that no NBA team has called Lin yet, he had come to an assumption that the league has kind of given up on him. But just recently, EuroLeage's CSKA Moscow reportedly showed interest in signing Lin. However, there are no solid indications of mutual interest coming from Lin himself yet.

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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. Harry How/Getty Images