Tyler Herro Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 195 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/20/2000 (22)
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Tyler Herro News
Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro recently mentioned that he wants to be a starter next season. That isn't shocking considering Herro averaged over 20 points per game and won Sixth Man of the Year. Heat general manager Pat Riley said that Herro will need to come into training camp and win the starting spot. Last season, Herro played 32.6 minutes per game, so a move to a starting five wouldn't increase his playing time too much. It's unlikely his fantasy value would change much with a move to the starting five.
Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro wants to start next season. "I would like to start," Herro commented during a recent media session, "I've earned it, and we'll see what happens." The 22-year-old is coming off his best year as a pro, finishing the 2021-22 campaign by averaging 20.7 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 4.0 assists. He also shot 39.9% from deep and was named the Sixth Man of the Year. Nonetheless, even coming off the bench, Herro's production was unrivaled by most, so he should continue making a difference for fantasy managers during the season, regardless of his role. His accurate shooting percentages make him even more attractive for category participants.
Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro (groin) was unable to bring much to the table during Sunday's Game 7 against the Boston Celtics. He tried to power through the groin injury, but only lasted seven minutes. Herro missed both his attempts and his absence clearly hurt his team in this one. The Heat took a four-point loss in Game 7, so they will head home just short of the NBA Finals. Fantasy managers should expect Herro to be 100 percent healthy by the beginning of next season.
Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro (groin) is available for Sunday's postseason matchup against the Boston Celtics. Herro has struggled during this series, averaging only 12.3 points while shooting a horrid 6.7% from deep. The 22-year-old has also missed the last three games because of a left groin strain, but he'll give it a go for Game 7. However, it's not likely the reigning Sixth Man of the Year will see a full workload, making him a risky option for DFS managers.