Garrett Temple

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  • Wilson Chandler
    F, Brooklyn Nets

    The Nets have announced the signings of Wilson Chandler and Garrett Temple.

    The Nets' transformation comes with a couple veteran players who can chip in off the bench. Chandler will be in the mix for minutes at the forward spots but looked close to the end of the line last season, so perhaps he'll take the role that Rondae Hollis-Jefferson leaves behind and be more of a matchup play. Temple should slot in comfortably on the wing and in the locker room, with 3-and-D skills that give him a chance at a solid role. The two figure to help make up for the minutes that RHJ, DeMarre Carroll and Jared Dudley used to occupy.

    Source: Brooklyn Nets

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Garrett Temple has agreed to a two-year, $10M deal with the Nets.

    With the start to free agency that the Nets have had, it's hard to see Temple holding much fantasy value, but he is a quality 3-and-D veteran to help out the team. The Nets have shaken the NBA world the past few hours and Temple is just another name to add to an exciting offseason for Nets basketball.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple is expected to sign a two-year, $10 million contract with the Nets per Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated.

    Temple is a sound perimeter defender and a capable 3-point shooter, and the price is very much right considering what the Nets have reportedly been able to accomplish elsewhere. He is unlikely to hold much fantasy value in Brooklyn but should fit nicely into Kenny Atkinson's rotation. Not to mention the benefit of having Temple in what could be a very interesting locker room.

    Source: Marc J. Spears on Twitter

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated is reporting that the Nets are showing "strong interest" from Garrett Temple, with the Nuggets, Jazz and Rockets also in the mix.

    Temple faded after joining the Clippers last season but was a serviceable presence as Memphis' starting shooting guard prior to being traded. He's a 3-and-D asset and a great locker room presence, so we would imagine that his list of suitors extends beyond these four teams. A player like Temple would make for a nice bench addition on most rosters.

    Source: Marc J. Spears on Twitter

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple played 22 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's win over the Jazz and collected five points, one 3, three steals and two rebounds.

    Temple flashed some low-end standard league value while starting for the Kings, but since being traded to the Clippers, he's only been a top-260 play in 9-cat. The grizzled vet has likely seen his best days behind him.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple failed to trouble the scorers with no points, five rebounds and five assists in 36 minutes on Thursday.

    Temple seems to consistently lead teams he's on in minutes but not do a lot. This is a case of that, where even though he might hold deep-league streamer value, he also could forget to come to the arena.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple started for Landry Shamet (left ankle) on Tuesday night and delivered 15 points, four rebounds, three assists, two steals and five 3-pointers in 32 minutes of action against the Wolves.

    It was just like his Grizzlies days, with Temple quietly leading the team in minutes. With Patrick Beverley leaving tonight's game with a hip injury, Temple may have a chance to keep starting even if Shamet's ready to go in the next one. He's typically a solid deep-league player for steals and threes but could post top-150 numbers as long as he's getting 30-plus mpg. Hopefully the team gives an update on its injured players tomorrow so we have a better idea of Temple's immediate future.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple debuted for the Clippers on Saturday vs. the Celtics and netted 11 points (4-of-8 shooting), two 3-pointers, one rebound and one assist in 20 minutes of action.

    Temple is a low-end 3-and-D guy who is best used for streaming purposes at the moment. His general efficiency and low turnovers has allowed him to post top-160 value on the season.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple will start in his debut for the Clippers on Saturday vs. the Celtics.

    Temple is a veteran wing who can defend on the perimeter, making him a solid choice to start for the Clips. He has some deep-league value should he be given 25 or more minutes per game.

    Source: Andrew Greif on Twitter

  • JaMychal Green
    F, Los Angeles Clippers

    JaMychal Green (knee), Garrett Temple (shoulder) and Landry Shamet should be available to make their Clippers debut on Saturday vs. the Celtics.

    Neither Green nor Temple are on the injury report for Saturday while Shamet also should be good to go. There were a lot of moving pieces with the Clippers at the trade deadline so we’ll have to see how Doc Rivers’ lineups shake out, but all players have some obstacles to overcome to deliver standard-league value.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Garrett Temple has been traded to the Clippers.

    Temple will help fill the void left by Avery Bradley heading the other way, though the Clippers have so much backcourt depth we're expecting him to be part of a group that absorbs those 30 mpg or so rather than being the single player to take it all. Patrick Beverley and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander are bigger winners from this deal, while Temple should remain an asset in the 14-16-team range for steals and threes.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Memphis Grizzlies

    Garrett Temple (left shoulder sprain) remains doubtful for Thursday's game against the Thunder.

    Temple was reportedly on the trade block but his injury certainly hasn't helped his stock. We'll see if he becomes a buyout candidate if no move gets made tomorrow. Either way, he's not a fantasy option and can be dropped in 14-16-teamers until he gets back on the court.

    Source: Grizzlies PR on Twitter

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Memphis Grizzlies

    Garrett Temple (left shoulder sprain) will not play on Tuesday.

    The Grizzlies are going to be without five rotation regulars tonight, not counting the three players who are already out indefinitely. Jevon Carter and Justin Holiday are going to have a ton of minutes to work with.

    Source: Alan Horton on Twitter