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OG Anunoby takes credit for Gary Trent Jr.’s eye-catching outfit

Brandon Wong
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Toronto Raptors guard Gary Trent Jr. may have missed Wednesday’s win against DeMar DeRozan and the San Antonio Spurs but he still garnered attention on the sidelines.

Trent turned heads by pulling up to the game draped in silk, a look that friend and teammate OG Anunoby took credit for after the win.  

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This isn’t the first time the 23-year-old forward has taken credit as the team’s designated Fashion King, as you surely remember from his appearance last season on former teammate Serge Ibaka’s fashion-forward digital series "Avec Classe."

What started off as a discussion about scarves turned viral as the two fit icons got into a disagreement over who put who on fashion first.

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As for the friendship between Trent and Anunoby, the two hit it off instantly after sitting next to each other on the flight from Tampa to Detroit following Trent's Raptors debut against the Blazers.

"I always thought he was quiet before I got here, you could say almost Kawhi-ish in a sense because of how he carries himself, and you know, that's not the case at all," Trent said. "He's very interesting, we share the same interests to the point we talk about our love for 2K, we was talking trash because I think I'm good and he thinks he's good, so you know little things like that."

With only 16 games left in the regular season, we can’t wait to see what fits Trent Jr. and Anunoby have in store for the rest of the season. 

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