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"I've actually started practicing for the LSAT (law school admission test) prep," Temple told the YES Network's Michael Grady. "I'm a person that's thought about going to law school when I'm finished playing. What's a better time than now to be able to put in three or four hours a day of studying for a test that allows me to get into law school?"
Temple, 33, has some applicable experience in the field. He's currently a vice president of the National Basketball Players Association.
"I've always been a big-time debater," he said. "I'm pretty literal. When I get into arguments, I'm a person that you probably want to stop arguing with because I'm going to nitpick everything you say."
Temple has averaged 6.3 points in 569 career NBA games with nine teams.