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By Matt Kibbe
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
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 couldn't find any offense when the Pacers forced the ball out of John Wall's hands and dared other players to beat them.
Led by Marcin Gortat's near-perfect night shooting 11-for-12, the Wizards forced overtime and won for the fifth time in six games with a 100-92 win at Milwaukee.
Beal has a stress injury to the same leg -- in a different place -- that ended his rookie season in April but insists it was caught early and its not as serious.
John Wall took control of the offense, scoring 18 of his season-high 37 points in the third quarter, but it wasn't enough as the Wizards lost their lead early in the fourth.
The loss to the Cavaliers less than a week ago still bothers the Wizards, who blew a 16-point lead and allowed Kyrie Irving to single-handedly beat them with 41 points.
John Wall tied a career-high with 16 assists and led a comeback from 16 points down as Washington finally closed out a tight game in the fourth quarter to snap a four-game losing streak.
Some fans mistake Garrett Temple for Otto Porter, which is why the charitable guard thought reports of the rookie's lunch with a homeless man was about him.
The Wizards have lost seven of nine games, but the starting backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal shouldered the blame for the slow start and insisted coach Randy Wittman isn't the problem.
Coach Randy Wittman isn't pleased with Eric Maynor's defense, so it appears that he's going to lean on Garrett Temple, who stands 6-6 and has a long wingspan, as the primary backup to John Wall.
Temple was signed on Christmas Day from the Reno Bighorns of the NBA Developmental League and became a regular part of the Wizards rotation, playing both guard positions. He appeared in 51 games, starting 36, and averaged 5.1 points and 2.3 assists.
Last summer, NBA veteran Jason Collins considered joining an old Stanford college roommate, U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III, at Boston's gay pride parade.
Gerald Henderson had 27 points and Walker came up with a flurry of big plays in the closing minutes helping the Bobcats overcome a five-point deficit and beat Washington 119-114.
There are a million-plus-1 reasons why President Obama shouldn't change the national anthem — and surely not bow to a replacing it with the Kelly song "Ignition (remix)," which wreaks of fellas and honeys bouncin,' bumpin' and grindin.'
Martell Webster scored 21 points, and the Washington Wizards broke a four-game losing streak Monday night with a 98-90 win over a Los Angeles Clippers team missing Blake Griffin and Chris Paul.
John Wall was sprawled out on the floor in front of him doing stretching exercises. A.J. Price sat across from him, his soft cast in his lap and a stimulation machine on his broken right hand. Shelvin Mack sat next to him, wearing oversized headphones and checking his cellphone.