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Eastern Southeast Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
44-38 6-4 W1
41-41 5-5 L2
35-47 3-7 L1
34-48 5-5 L4
27-55 5-5 W1

2022 Stats

Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Field Goal Percentage
Rebounds Per Game
Assists Per Game
Regular Season 34.9 20.1 43.9 5.4 4.2
Post Season 19.0 12.0 55.6 2.0 2.0

Top Tyler Herro News

  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Still experiencing soreness

    Herro (hand) is still experiencing soreness and swelling after shooting, Ros Gold-Onwude of ESPN reports.

    Herro was reportedly pushing to return for Sunday's Game 2 against the Nuggets, but he's still feeling sore while following through his shooting motion. He's been participating in all portions of practice, but he wants to make sure he's fully healthy and won't mess with the rhythm of the team upon his return. Although Herro isn't rushing to return to action, it wouldn't be surprising to see him available at some point during the NBA Finals.

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  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Unavailable for Game 2

    Herro (hand) is listed as out Sunday for Game 2 of the Heat's NBA Finals series with the Nuggets, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.

    Though Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that Herro was pushing for a return to action for Game 2, the fourth-year guard will be held out at least one more contest as he continues to recover from April 21 right hand surgery. Though a return for Game 2 remains unlikely, the Heat could still upgrade Herro's status prior to Sunday's 8 p.m. ET tipoff.

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  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Aiming to return for Game 2

    Herro (hand) has a possibility of returning for Sunday's Game 2 against the Nuggets, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Herro has missed practically the entirety of Miami's playoff run after undergoing right-hand surgery due to an injury he suffered in the playoff opener versus the Bucks. If the 22-year-old guard cannot return for Game 2, he is expected to suit up for Game 3, barring a setback. Herro started in all 67 of his appearances this season, but the length of his absence and the stakes involved upon his return could lead to a bench role initially for the sharpshooter.

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  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Could return for Game 3

    Herro (hand) is ramping up his basketball activities and is targeting a return for Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the Nuggets, Chris Haynes of Turner Sports reports.

    The Heat last disclosed that Herro had been cleared for non-contact work May 23, but this latest update provides a clearer timetable for his return. The team will monitor his activity closely over the next week or so and should gain a better idea of when he'll be cleared for game action based on how he responds to workouts of increased intensity.

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  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Cleared for non-contact work

    Herro (hand) was cleared to resume non-contact basketball work Tuesday, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.

    Herro underwent surgery April 21, and he was expected to miss at least six weeks. June 2 would mark six weeks from the surgery, and Game 1 of the NBA Finals is scheduled for June 1. While a return can't be ruled out should Miami win one of the next four potential games of the Eastern Conference Finals, Chiang reports that those close to the situation consider it unlikely. Despite the positive update, there's still no definitive timetable for Herro's return to game action.

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  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Still no basketball activities

    Herro (hand) isn't shooting or dribbling yet and has been ruled out for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals in Boston on Wednesday, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.

    Herro broke the middle and ring fingers on his right hand while diving for a loose ball before halftime of Game 1 versus Milwaukee. He underwent surgery a few days later and was expected to miss at least six weeks, leaving open the possibility of a return if Miami were to advance deep into the playoffs. Surprisingly, the Heat have done just that, but it appears Herro still isn't close to game action. Head coach Erik Spoelstra declined to give an update beyond Game 1, but barring a return to full-contact practices, it's safe to assume Herro won't be suiting up anytime soon.

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  • Heat's Tyler Herro: Undergoes successful surgery

    The Heat announced that Herro underwent successful open reduction and internal fixation surgery Friday on the third and fourth metacarpal of his right hand and is expected to miss at least six weeks.

    Herro suffered the hand injury in the Heat's Game 1 win over Milwaukee last weekend while diving for a loose ball. With the NBA Finals starting June 1, the eighth-seeded Heat seem unlikely to make a deep enough playoff run for Herro to see any additional postseason action. Duncan Robinson entered the starting lineup in Herro's stead in the Heat's Game 2 loss, while Victor Oladipo entered the rotation and played 26 minutes.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 195 lbs
Birthplace: Milwaukee, WI
Age: 23
School: Kentucky
Experience: 3