Garrett Temple Continues Social Efforts

In recent weeks, Temple was awarded for his social efforts, spoke at UC Berkeley Law and was interviewed on Outside the Lines.
by Jordan Ramirez
Digital Managing Editor

Garrett Temple missed the last 10 games of the season due to an ankle injury, but that didn’t stop the eight-year vet from contributing in numerous ways off the court.

For the second straight season, Temple was awarded the Oscar Robertson Triple-Double Award, signifying both on and off the court influence in leadership, sportsmanship, all-round game, community service and family.

Also on Wednesday, Temple hosted students from Sacramento High School that have been in his mentorship program.

Following his busy Wednesday, Temple gave the closing keynote at UC Berkeley Law’s 4th Annual Sports Law Conference with ESPN The Undefeated’s Marc Spears.

Finally, Temple was a guest on Outside the Lines on Monday to talk about the city of Sacramento in wake of the Stephon Clark tragedy.

In a world where words are dominant but actions are scarce, Temple has continuously shown willingness to take part in important efforts not only for the Sacramento community but for the society as a whole.

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