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Brooklyn Nets’ forward Garrett Temple is using his quarantine time to prepare himself for the Law School. With the NBA season on pause, the veteran guard/forward want to fulfill his goal, as there is nothing else to do.

“I’ve been practicing for the LSAT prep,” Temple said in an interview with YES Network’s Michael Grady, via Kristian Winfield of The New York Daily News.

“I’m a person who’s thought about going to law school when I finish playing, and what’s a better time than now to be able to put in 3-4 hours a day of studying for a test that allows me to get into law school. That’s what I’m doing right now.”

The LSU alumni says he thought about going to Law School once his NBA career is done. The NBA suspended the season two weeks ago, after Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus in the game between OKC and Utah.

Since then, several players were tested positive for the virus, including four members of the Nets’ team. Temple was averaging 10.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.6 assists before the season suspension.