Gary Trent, Jr.

Born Jan 18, 1999
Nationality United States United States

Gary Dajaun Trent Jr. is the Toronto Raptors National Basketball Association’s American professional player (NBA). He was playing Duke Blue Devils basketball. Trent has been chosen to be a McDonald’s All American as a high school senior. Trent Jr. first attended Apple Valley High School with 21.5 points per game as a sophomore. In junior, the Minneapolis All-Metro First Team has scored 26.4 points, and rebounds are 5.8 a game, winning Gatorade Minnesota Player of the Year and an all-American Junior Team from Maxpreps as well. With an AAU squad of Howard Pulley Panthers, Trent Jr. averaged 22.2 points per game for the Nike EYBL Circuit.

Trent Jr. wanted to transfer to the Prolific Prep Academy in Napa, California, before his senior year. As a senior, he had 31.8 points on average, 6.4 assists, and 3.8 support per game and led his team to a 29-3 record overall. In the 2017 Jordan Brand Classic and the 2017 McDonald’s All-American Boys Game, he was picked to participate during his senior year.,, and ESPN, one of the top participating players in 2017, have considered Trent Jr. a five-star prospect. Trent Jr. In the 2017 high school class Trent Jr. was ranked as the No.7 overall recipient and No.1 fire department.

The Sacramento Kings drew up the 37th pick in the 2018 draft of the NBA on June 21, 2018. Trent Jr. was then traded to the blazers on the Portland Trail. On July 6, he signed a three-year agreement with the Trail Blazers and scored 16 points at the Utah Jazz Summer League. The Blazers assigned Trent Jr. for the NBA G League on January 21, 2019, in Texas Legends. On January 18, 2020, he achieved a defeat of 106–119, career-high thirty points for the city of Oklahoma Thunder.

The Toronto Raptors acquired Trent Jr. and Rodney Hood in Norman Powell on March 25, 2021. In the loss at Oklahoma City Thunder on March 31, Trent Jr. scored a then career-high 31 points. On April 2, Trent posted the second-highest +54 at a 53-point blowout over the Golden State Warriors since the League began to monitor the status in 1996. On April 10, in his 135-115 win over the Cleveland Cavalier, he scored a career-high 44 points on 17 of 19 shots.

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