Garrett Temple

#17 SG / Washington Wizards / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 195 lb Age: 29 College: Louisiana State

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Returns to bench role

      Temple scored two points (1-5 FG, 0-3 3Pt) and added six rebounds and two assists over 18 minutes in Tuesday's loss to the Pacers. Temple has moved to the bench for the last two games since Bradley Beal returned from a shoulder contusion, and while his minutes have tailed off, Temple is still maintaining an important role on the second unit. The veteran combo guard is valued primarily for his work on the defensive end, however, so it's difficult to see him offering much usefulness in season-long formats. However, should Beal or John Wall succumb to an injury setback that would open up more extended minutes, Temple could reemerge as an intriguing daily games option.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Starts again Tuesday, scores 10 points

      Temple scored 10 points (3-9 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and provided two rebounds, two assists, and a pair of steals over 30 minutes in Tuesday's win over the Bucks. Temple's defensive prowess earned him the starting nod ahead of Gary Neal in place of the injured Bradley Beal (shoulder), and the journeyman guard turned in a solid performance. He's contributed double digits in the scoring column in both of his starts to date, and would likely garner another turn in the starting five Saturday versus the Pistons if Beal remains unavailable.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Starting again Tuesday

      Temple will start at shooting guard Tuesday against Bucks, J. Michael of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. Temple got the nod Saturday for Bradley Beal, putting up 18 points (5-10 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 5-6 FT), three rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 31 minutes. With three days to rest before the Wizards' next game Saturday, Beal will have an abnormal amount of time to allow his bruised shoulder to recover, but Temple could garner another start, if Beal needs more time.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Will start Saturday in place of Bradley Beal

      Temple will start in place of the injured Bradley Beal (shoulder) on Saturday, John Denton of the reports. Temple figures to cede some minutes to Gary Neal during Saturday's game against the Magic, but the 29-year-old still figures to factor into the game. With Beal out Tuesday against the Thunder, Temple recorded nine points, three rebounds and two assists in 21 minutes -- numbers that should be easy to replicate if he can play 20+ minutes Saturday.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Plays three minutes Wednesday

      Temple was scoreless in his three minutes for Washington in their 102-99 win Wednesday over the Spurs. Temple saw his first action of the regular season Wednesday night but it was only three minutes. There hasn't been much room for Temple to see the court in the early stages of the season for Washington because he's slotted behind John Wall, Ramon Sessions, and Gary Neal on the depth chart.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Believes he'll play Wednesday

      Temple (hamstring) believes he'll be available off the bench for Wednesday's preseason game against the Heat, Jorge Castillo of The Washington Post reports. Temple has made only one appearance in the preseason since dealing with recurring left hamstring soreness after an Oct. 6 contest. It appears he's since moved past that issue, as he resumed practicing with the Wizards on Monday.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Back at practice

      Temple (hamstring) returned to practice Monday, J. Michael of CSN reports. Temple has not played in nearly two weeks since suffering a hamstring injury against the 76ers back on Oct. 6. The veteran has been working through non-contact drills during recent sessions but was on the floor practicing in full capacity Monday. The Wizards have not stated whether Temple will play Wednesday in Miami, but with only two exhibition contests remaining - Washington finishes up in Toronto on Friday - the likely goal is to get Temple back in a game setting prior to the start of the regular season.

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      Wizards SG Garrett Temple being held out Friday vs. 76ers

      Wizards guard Garrett Temple (hamstring) has been ruled out for Friday's game against Philadelphia, J. Michael of CSN Mid Atlantic reports. Temple has yet to be cleared for game action as he continues to deal with a hamstring injury that has affected him for at least one week at this point. Given that he hasn't been cleared for full-contact practices, it's unlikely that he'll be able to play in Saturday's preseason contest either.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple: Not yet taking contact

      Temple (hamstring) worked out on the side during Thursday's practice, CSN Washington's J. Michael reports. Temple is still awaiting clearance to take part in full-contact practices, after which he'll likely be able to resume playing in preseason contests. The former LSU standout is looking to secure a deep bench role for the Wizards.

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      Wizards' Garrett Temple expected to resume non-contact work Wednesday

      Wizards shooting guard Garrett Temple (hamstring) is expected to take part in non-contact drills at Wednesday's practice, CSN Washington's J. Michael reports. Temple has missed the Wizards' last two preseason games with a sore left hamstring, but seems to have made positive progress over the last couple of days. He should be able to get back on the court before the Wizards conclude their exhibition schedule.

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