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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Garrett Temple
Garrett Temple (born May 8, 1986) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Erie BayHawks of the NBA D-League. He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. - Source: Wikipedia
The Wizards have figured out how to play without Nene going into Saturday's game at the 76ers, who could get a boost from a sellout crowd that'll be on hand for the retirement of Allen Iverson's No. 3 jersey.
The play of Andre Miller and Al Harrington has aided the Wizards in this four-game winning streak going into Thursday's game at the Raptors.
Glen Davis, bought out by the Magic last week before working out an agreement with the Clippers before Nene's injury, likely would've been the best fit for the Wizards.
When the game was on the line, Andre Miller played eight minutes in the fourth quarter in his first game in Washington to help set the stage for John Wall to close in spectacular fashion.
Andre Miller's ability to get his own shot, create for others and post up will give the Wizards a lot more options with lineups going forward.
Randy Wittman isn't impressed with trade rumors, but of course the Wizards will listen if teams come calling. Meanwhile Trevor Ariza, a potential trade chip, ignores such talk altogether.
The last time John Wall stepped on the floor vs. the Grizzlies, he put up a career-high 47 points that sparked his growth and helped earn him a $80 million max contract extension.
Four-time NBA champion coach Gregg Popovich put his straightforward vibe to work on several topics including the Olympics, evaluating Garrett Temple and streaking against the Wizards
How did the Wizards manage to contain Kevin Durant, though he was still able to score 26 points? He had to take 21 shots to get there. Garrett Temple explains.
Almost every time the opposing team goes on a run lately against the Wizards, turnovers are at the root of it and there's more than enough blame to go around.
Eric Maynor can't even get on the court for the Wizards during garbage time and hasn't played significant minutes in almost two months.
Eric Maynor has only played in four of the Wizards' last 21 games. He hasn't scored since Dec. 6, yet his head coach says don't assume the point guard will remain buried on the bench.
Martell Webster, Trevor Booker and Garrett Temple have been a formidable group coming off the bench in this three-game winning streak for the Wizards.
In hindsight, the Heat should've kept Garrett Temple, but the 6-6 guard chose the Wizards over them twice in the past year.
Will the presence of Nene be the difference maker against Heat? Coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on CSN with Wizards Central.