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Former LSU guard and Baton Rouge native Garrett Temple has agreed to a 3-year deal with the Sacramento Kings worth $24 million. Per SBNation:
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Free agent guard Garrett Temple and the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a three-year contract, reports The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal is worth $24 million and includes a player option for the third year, per USA Today's Sam Amick.

Temple, 30, established himself as a solid defensive-minded guard in the Washington Wizards' rotation over the past four years. During the 2015-16 season, he set career-highs in points per game (7.3), rebounds per game (2.7) and games played (80) with Washington.
Temple played at LSU from 2004-2008.
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Spankum95 months
Excellent! I really like to hear about this kind of thing when a player works his butt off and it finally pays off in the end!
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JJ Reddick still checks under his bed for Garrett Temple
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LSUtigers11195 months
These new NBA contracts are absurd
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SwaggerCopter95 months
Although a terrific defender, especially on Redick, Temple seemed like the biggest weakness on that LSU Final Four team. Wild that he is the only remaining pro from that team.
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LSUDAN195 months
All players peak at different times. Good for him.
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TeddyPadillac95 months
Didn't think he'd get that much, or for that long, but that's great for him. Proud of this Tiger!
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jptiger200995 months
no one could have called this. Temple has proven to be the most durable player from LSU's 2006 final 4 team. an undrafted player, he has continuously gotten better and better while building on his skill set.
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DupontsCircle95 months
Only in America
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MSTiger3395 months
Awesome!
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UptownnMike95 months
Garrett been the man.
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