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Raptors' Gary Trent: Drops 19 in season-ending loss
Trent notched 19 points (7-15 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 3-3 FT) and two assists in 40 minutes during Thursday's 132-97 loss to the 76ers.
The fourth-year guard bounced back from an illness that limited him in the first two games of the series, averaging 16.8 points, 2.4 boards, 2.2 threes, 2.1 assists and 1.7 steals over the final four contests against Philadelphia. Trent has become an effective backcourt complement to the Raptors' parade of long, athletic forwards, and next season he'll look to top the career-high 18.3 points and 3.0 three-pointers he recorded in 2021-22.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Pops for 24 in Game 4 win
Trent closed Saturday's 110-102 victory over the 76ers with 24 points (8-20 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 5-5 FT), three rebounds, one assist, one block and two steals over 39 minutes.
After scoring only nine points total in the first two games of the series against Philadelphia, Trent has broken out for back-to-back 24-point efforts. After averaging a career-best 18.3 points a game during the regular season, the 23-year-old may have to continue finding another gear if Toronto is going to avoid elimination in Game 5 on Monday.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Drops 24 in loss
Trent recorded 24 points (9-19 FG, 4-9 3PT, 2-3 FT), two rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block in Wednesday's 104-101 loss to Philadelphia.
After exiting Game 2 early due to illness, Trent finished third among the team with 45 minutes played. The fourth-year guard was efficient as he reached double figures for the ninth time in his last 11 games.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Will play Game 3
Raptors head coach Nick Nurse said Trent (illness) will play in Wednesday's Game 3 against the 76ers, Aaron Rose of SI.com reports.
Nurse said Trent is looking better and will likely draw the start, but he still isn't 100 percent and will be monitored closely during Game 3. After initially being listed as doubtful, the sharpshooter unexpectedly started Monday night's Game 2, but he was removed from the contest after only 10 minutes. Trent scored in double figures in each of the final eight regular-season games, but he's shooting just 14.3 percent from the field and 25.0 percent from deep across two playoff appearances.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Listed questionable for Game 3
Trent (illness) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's Game 3 against the 76ers, Eric Koreen of The Athletic reports.
Trent unexpectedly started Monday night's Game 2, but he was clearly not himself and was removed from the contest after seeing only 10 minutes of action. The hope is that he can make significant progress over the next day and a half, but for now, the Raptors are in wait-and-see mode.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Shut down for night
Trent won't return to Monday's Game 2 against the 76ers due to a non-COVID-related illness, Ky Carlin of USA Today reports.
Trent gave it a go despite missing morning shootaround with the illness, but it was obvious he was out of gas during his limited time on the court. He missed all three of his shot attempts and recorded one rebound in 10 minutes of action. Trent can be viewed as questionable heading into Wednesday's Game 3.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Will warm up before Game 2
Trent (illness) will go through a pregame workout prior to Monday's Game 2 against the 76ers before the Raptors make an official call on his status, Josh Lewenberg of TSN reports.
Speaking pregame, coach Nick Nurse told reporters that Trent is still "very sick," but the guard is apparently feeling better than he was earlier in the day. Nurse did not sound optimistic about Trent's chances to play, but we'll know more after he goes through the workout. At this juncture, Trent looks to be floating somewhere between questionable and doubtful.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Won't attend shootaround Monday
Trent (illness) won't participate in the team shootaround Monday morning and remains doubtful for Monday's Game 2 against the 76ers, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports.
Trent continues to deal with a non-COVID-19-related illness, and he isn't expected to play in Monday's Game 2 after missing the Raptors' morning shootaround. With Scottie Barnes (ankle) already ruled out for the contest, Yuta Watanabe should see extra minutes Monday if Trent is ultimately ruled out.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Gets green light
Trent (illness) has been cleared to play in Game 2 on Monday against Philadelphia, Michael Grange of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Trent was tagged as a game-time call due to a non-COVID-related illness, but he's since been given the all-clear by the team's medical staff and is in the starting lineup. He finished with nine points, four rebounds and one block in 26 minutes during Saturday's Game 1.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Unlikely to play Game 2
Head coach Nick Nurse said Trent is considered doubtful to play Monday in Game 2 of the Raptors' first-round series with the 76ers due to a non-COVID-19-related illness, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports.
In addition to Trent, the Raptors are expected to be without Scottie Barnes (ankle) and Thaddeus Young (thumb) for Game 2 after none of the three players took part in Sunday's practice. Barnes and Young instead underwent MRIs, while Nurse acknowledged that Trent was in and out of practice all of last week with the illness and has struggled to regain conditioning, per Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca. The extent of Trent's work in practice prior to Saturday's Game 1 isn't known, but the fourth-year wing didn't look like himself in the Raptors' 131-111 loss, as he finished with nine points (2-11 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 3-4 FT), four rebounds and one block in 26 minutes. Trent's expected absence should open up more playing time for Yuta Watanabe, who was limited to five minutes in Game 1.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Goes for 17 points in loss
Trent finished Sunday's 105-94 loss to the Knicks with 17 points (8-17 FG, 1-4 3Pt), one rebound and two assists over 31 minutes.
Trent was one of the few starters who kept his role in the regular-season finale, but his performance wasn't eye-popping -- he needed 17 shots to score 17 points and struggled from deep. However, this was a career-best season for Trent, as he averaged 18.3 points per game, and he should remain as a starter alongside Fred VanVleet in the Raptors' backcourt ahead of their first-round playoff series against the 76ers.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Goes for 26 points in win
Trent registered 26 points (9-21 FG, 5-8 3Pt, 3-3 FT), one rebound and three steals in 38 minutes during Friday's 117-115 victory over the Rockets.
Trent continues to deliver as a key offensive threat for the Raptors in what has been a career-best season for him. He's now scored at least 20 points in three of his last six games and is averaging a career-best 18.3 points per game in what has been his first full year with the Raptors. He should be an intriguing fantasy alternative on DFS slates by the time the playoffs start due to his ability to get hot and score in bunches at any given moment.... See More ... See Less
Raptors' Gary Trent: Sinks five threes
Trent finished with 30 points (12-21 FG, 5-8 3PT, 1-1 FT), five rebounds, three assists and one steal in the 119-114 win over Philadelphia on Thursday.
With Fred VanVleet (rest) being held out, Trent nearly doubled his shot attempts from his previous game. The fourth-year guard has seen 40-plus minutes of action in three of his last four contests and should see plenty more as the regular season draws to a close.... See More ... See Less
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