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Tyler Herro scored three points (1-9 Fg, 1-2 Ft) six rebounds, and two assists in 17 minutes of play in the Heat's 122-108 loss to the Bucks on Saturday in Milwaukee.
Herro was beyond disappointing on Saturday which pretty much summed up his second season in the league. After a strong performance on Thursday against the Sixers he then showed why he's been so inconsistent this year. Very much a Jekyll and Hyde season for the second-year player. The regular season wraps up on Sunday when the Heat take on the Pistons in Detroit.
Tyler Herro scored 18 points (6-13 Fg, 4-7 3Pt, 2-2 Ft) six rebounds, and two assists across 29 minutes in the Heat's 106-94 win over the Sixers on Thursday night in Miami.
Herro has been on fire since returning from injury four games ago. In this four game stretch he's averaging 20.2 ppg. The second-year player out of Kentucky could be in for a bigger role should Kendrick Nunn miss Saturday's game against the Bucks due to a calf injury. Either way Herro should be started in the final two regular season games for the Heat which take place this weekend.
Tyler Herro scored 24 points (10-15 Fg, 4-7 3Pt) 11 rebounds, three assists, and one steal across 34 minutes in the Heat's 129-121 win over the Celtics in Boston.
This was easily the best game that Herro has had in months and it couldn't have come at a more important time for Miami. It was the fourth double-double for the second-year player and he and the Heat will now face the Sixers in Miami on Thursday night.
Tyler Herro scored 12 points (5-9 Fg, 2-3 3Pt) and three rebounds in 17 minutes of play in the Heat's 130-124 win over the Celtics in Boston on Sunday afternoon.
Herro shot the ball but Coach Spoelstra kept his minutes down due to the blowout nature of the game and also because this was just the second game for Herro since returning from a six-game absence due to injury. Next up for the Heat is a rematch with the Celtics on Tuesday night in Boston.
Tyler Herro scored 27 points (10-13 Fg, 6-8 3Pt, 1-1 Ft) four assists, and three rebounds across 29 minutes in the Heat's 121-112 win over the Timberwolves in Miami on Friday night.
This was definitely not how Herro's first game back in action was expected to turn out but if you happened to have had him in your lineup you're more than happy with the outcome. Coach Spoelstra is most certainly going to ride the hot hand going forward and that could complicate things for Fantasy managers that have Herro on their roster if he should struggle. Next up for the Heat is the first of two matchups against the Celtics on Sunday in Boston.