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Tyler Herro scored 17 points (7-16 Fg, 1-2 3Pt, 2-3 Ft) six rebounds, three assists, and one steal across 31 minutes in the Heat's 125-108 loss to the Sixers on Thursday night.
Herro owners have to be frustrated that he only put up 17 points on Thursday and you have to wonder what the game plan was coming into this game with Gabe Vincent taking 17 shots. Hopefully Herro can have a bigger role when the Heat take on the Pistons on Saturday night in Miami.
Tyler Herro scored 34 points (12-26 Fg, 3-9 3Pt, 7-8 Ft) seven rebounds, four assists, and one block across 39 minutes in the Heat's 137-134 loss to the 76ers in OT on Tuesday night.
Herro was expected to take the lead with Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo out and he didn't disappoint and the Heat almost pulled out the win as big underdogs. Look for another strong effort from Herro when the Heat once again take on the 76ers on Thursday in Philly.
Tyler Herro scored 31 points (12-20 Fg, 1-5 3Pt, 6-8 Ft) nine rebounds, and two assists across 37 minutes in the Heat's 128-124 win over the Wizards on Saturday night.
As stated here, Herro was expected to have a big night against the Wizards but the second-year player went off in big fashion recording a career-high for points. Now Herro plays the Celtics on Sunday and he's been less than stellar against them. In four career games he's only averaging 7.5 ppg. With that said he should still be active in your lineup.
Tyler Herro scored eight points (2-8 Fg, 1-5 3Pt, 3-5 Ft) seven rebounds, and one assist across 34 minutes in the Heat's 107-105 loss to the Celtics on Wednesday night in Miami.
Herro has now averaged 8.6 ppg over his last three contests but things could be looking up. Against his next opponent the Wizards, Herro has averaged 17.7 ppg in three career games so make sure he's active. The Heat will take on those aforementioned Wizards in D.C. on Saturday night next time out.
Tyler Herro scored seven points (3-9 Fg, 1-5 3Pt) nine rebounds, eight assists, and one steal across 29 minutes in the Heat's 118-90 win over the Thunder on Monday night in Miami.
The seven points was a season low for Herro but the assists were a season high for the second year player out of Kentucky. Herro and the Heat next take the court against the Celtics at home on Wednesday night.