Gary Trent Jr. scored 27 points with zero assists, zero rebounds, and zero blocks.

The Toronto Raptors took down the Philadelphia 76ers 119-109 on Wednesday night, dropping Philadelphia’s record to a disappointing 1-4. Gary Trent Jr. led the Raptors in scoring with 27 points. And incredibly, Trent scored 27 points while adding very little else to the box score.

Trent had zero assists, zero rebounds, and zero blocks in 35 minutes played. He didn’t even attempt a free throw, despite scoring 27 points (he was highly efficient from the field, making 11-of-16 shots and 5-of-10 three-pointers).

Yes, Trent had 27 points, zero assists, zero rebounds, zero blocks, and attempted zero free throws. He did have two steals, two turnovers, and one personal foul, at least.

What’s also crazy- this isn’t far off from how all five of his games have gone so far this season.

Trent is averaging 20.2 points, 1.6 rebounds, 0.8 assists, and 0.2 blocks (he has one block). Last season, he averaged 18.3 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 0.3 blocks.

But as long as Trent keeps scoring points at a high, efficient rate on a winning basketball team, the Raptors (3-2) don’t really care about his lack of production in other statistical categories.

Here’s a peek at how the basketball world is reacting to Trent’s very bizarre box score in the Raptors’ win over the 76ers:

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