JULY 10TH, 12:08pm: Temple's signing has been finalized, according to the team (Twitter link).
JULY 3RD, 3:30pm: Lee confirms that Temple will indeed sign for the minimum salary ($916,099), as I speculated below.
11:21am: The Wizards and Garrett Temple have reached an agreement on a one-year deal, reports Michael Lee of the Washington Post (via Twitter). According to J. Michael of CSNWashington.com, Temple's contract will be worth a little less than $1MM.
Temple, 27, appeared in 51 contests for the Wizards last season, starting 36 of them. The John Hamilton client averaged 5.1 PPG and 2.3 APG in part-time duty for Washington, and figures to be the third-string point guard next season, behind John Wall and Eric Maynor.
As our free agent tracker shows, the Wizards have already been busy this week, agreeing to sign Maynor to a deal likely worth the bi-annual exception and bringing back Martell Webster using their mid-level exception. Having used those exceptions, the Wizards likely will sign Temple to a minimum-salary deal, which would be worth about $916K for a player with his experience.