Trent (ankle) will start Sunday's game against the Thunder.
As expected, Trent will return to action after missing the last two games due to soreness in his ankle. He'll be one of the only regular starters available, as Toronto will be without Kyle Lowry (rest), Pascal Siakam (shoulder), Fred VanVleet (hip) and OG Anunoby (calf).
Trent (ankle) is not listed on the injury report for Sunday's game against the Thunder, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Trent has missed the last two games with right ankle soreness, but it appears he will be back Sunday. With Fred VanVleet (hip) ruled out, Trent should be in line for a fairly heavy workload in Sunday's game.
Trent (ankle) is out Friday against the Magic, Eric Koreen of The Athletic reports.
Trent will miss a second straight game due to right ankle soreness. Paul Watson, Malachi Flynn and DeAndre' Bembry should continue seeing extra minutes.
Trent (ankle) is doubtful for Friday's game against Orlando, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports.
Trent will likely miss his second game in a row while he nurses a sore right ankle. If he is ruled out, Paul Watson and Rodney Hood could see increased workloads.
Trent has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Spurs due to a sore right ankle, Marc Stein of the New York Times reports.
It's the second night of a back-to-back for the Raptors, so there's a good chance they're simply building in some rest for Trent, who's played big minutes in virtually every game since joining the team at the deadline. In Tuesday's loss to the Hawks, he saw 35 minutes of action but finished with just seven points on 3-of-15 shooting, including 0-of-7 from three. Toronto will also be without Kyle Lowry (rest) and Fred VanVleet (suspension), so expect Malachi Flynn to see an increased role once again.
Trent delivered 23 points (9-17 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds and an assist across 35 minutes in Sunday's loss at the Knicks.
Trent was unable to replicate what he did in his previous contest when he finished with a career-high 44 points, but he still paced the Raptors in scoring while putting up at least 20 points for the fourth time over his last seven appearances. Trent has also gone nine straight contests with at least one three-pointer made.
Trent produced 44 points (17-19 FG, 7-9 3Pt, 3-3 FT), seven rebounds, four assists and a steal across 33 minutes in Saturday's 135-115 win over the Cavaliers.
Trent's brilliant performance came via only 33 minutes on the floor. He simply could not be stopped, converting an insane 89.4 percent of his 19 shot attempts. He also drilled seven threes and contributed well in the secondary categories. As one of the only regular starters in the lineup, an above-average night for Trent was to be expected due to the shorthanded setup, but his stellar line was a huge surprise. One should expect a more balanced offensive attack from the Raptors with the team's other playmakers likely close to returning.
Trent recorded 11 points (4-15 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, two assists and one steal during Tuesday's loss to the Lakers.
A day removed from drilling a game-winning shot at the buzzer, Trent struggled offensively Tuesday but did tally double figures for a fifth straight matchup. Over his past five games played with Toronto, Trent is averaging 19.4 points while shooting 46.2 percent from three.
Trent recorded 16 points (7-15 FG, 2-6 3Pt), two rebounds and two assists in 31 minutes during Monday's 103-101 win over the Wizards.
The 22-year-old came up clutch with a buzzer-beating three-pointer in the fourth quarter to send Toronto to victory, but aside from that, Trent was largely unimpressive. On a night when the Raptors were down both Kyle Lowry (foot) and Fred VanVleet (hip), Trent didn't see a notable uptick in his scoring or assist production. He had been averaging 23.0 points over Toronto's previous three contests, though that came on an unsustainable 51 percent shooting from the field and 55.6 percent shooting from three-point range.
Trent totaled 24 points (8-14 FG, 6-9 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, two blocks, one assist and one steal over 30 minutes of Friday's victory over the Warriors.
Trent and Pascal Siakam combined for 60 points and nearly outscored the Warriors by themselves. After getting off to a slow start with the Raptors, Trent has scored at least 15 points in three straight games while also recording a steal in each outing.
Trent registered 31 points (12-22 FG, 6-11 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two rebounds and two steals across 36 minutes in Wednesday's loss against the Thunder.
Trent got off to a slow start to his Raptors tenure, but this was his breakout performance, with the 31 points representing a season-high mark for the third-year guard, who seems set to take over Norman Powell's role in the starting lineup until the end of the campaign. These scoring exploits are nothing new for Trent, who's notched 20-plus points on 10 occasions this season. This was, however, his first time accomplishing that feat with Toronto.
Trent generated 15 points (6-15 FG, 3-7 3Pt), five assists, four rebounds and two steals across 38 minutes in Monday's 118-104 loss to the Pistons.
Trent's numbers should trend up as he gets acclimated to Toronto's offense, and Monday's line was encouraging despite the loss. It appears that Trent will serve as Norman Powell's replacement for the remainder of the season, as he's now started three straight games and logged an average of 32.3 minutes over that span.
Trent finished Sunday's loss to Portland with six points (2-10 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and seven rebounds in 28 minutes.
It was another rough outing for the new arrival, who debuted with eight points (0-5 3Pt) in 31 minutes against Phoenix on Friday. Trent is now 1-of-10 from beyond the arc in his first two games with the Raptors, but it's a great sign that he's made a pair of starts and is averaging 29.5 minutes for his new team.
Trent recorded eight points (4-11 FG, 0-5 3Pt) and one steal in 31 minutes during Friday's 104-100 loss to the Raptors.
Trent started in his team debut and saw 30 minutes, which seems like the kind of workload he'll be seeing moving forward. He also fired up plenty of shots, but he couldn't get them to fall. Once he gets back on track from beyond the arc, Trent could have similar fantasy value as he did with Portland.
Trent will start during his Raptors debut Friday against the Suns, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
In his first game as a Raptor, Trent will get the nod. Norman Powell's absence opens up about 30 minutes per game. It could be as simple as Trent filling that gap.
Trent (recently traded) is expected to play Friday against the Suns, Eric Koreen of The Athletic reports.
Just one day after being traded from the Trail Blazers, Trent is expected to make his debut with the Raptors on Friday. With Toronto, he could easily see 25-plus minutes per game for a team that's desperate for contributing rotation pieces to help make a playoff run.
Trent was traded to the Raptors on Thursday, along with Rodney Hood, in exchange for Norman Powell, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Powell is a clear upgrade for the Blazers, but he'll cost them a strong young player in Trent, who filled in admirably for CJ McCollum earlier this season. An excellent outside shooter, Trent hit 39.7 percent of his threes in 41 games for the Blazers, posting averages of 15.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 3.0 made threes in 30.8 minutes per game. In Toronto, there's a good chance Trent will hang on to a major role, and he could even move into the starting lineup if the Raptors deal Kyle Lowry before the deadline.
Trent scored 16 points (6-13 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and tallied two rebounds, two steals and one assist across 22 minutes in Sunday's 132-92 blowout loss to Dallas.
On a night when Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum and Carmelo Anthony combined to go 0-for-16 from three-point range, Trent finished with a team-high three treys in only 22 minutes. The third-year guard has blossomed this season with career-high per-game averages of 15.1 points and 3.0 threes.
Trent finished with 22 points (6-10 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 7-7 FT), three rebounds, one assist and two steals over 32 minutes Tuesday in Portland's 125-124 win over New Orleans.
After a 23-game run as a starter, Trent moved back to the second unit with CJ McCollum (foot) making his return to the lineup. At least for one game, the addition of McCollum didn't affect Trent's minutes or production; in fact, his 22 points were his most since Feb. 17. Despite the fantastic showing, Trent probably can't be counted on to see this level of playing time moving forward, considering he had averaged 24.2 minutes per game in his prior 13 outings off the bench. He can't be expected to shoot as well as he did Tuesday, either, considering he's converting at a modest 42.2 percent rate from the field on the season.
Trent will come off the bench Tuesday against the Pelicans.
With CJ McCollum (foot) back in the starting five after a 25-game absence, Trent will resume a bench role. McCollum is on a minutes limit for Tuesday's game, but when he works back up to his normal 35 minutes per game, Trent's fantasy relevance could fall by the wayside.
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