Here’s why Tyler Herro’s new ink is Miami Heat Approved!

Tyler Herro #14 of the Miami Heat looks on prior to the game against the Washington Wizards (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images)
Tyler Herro #14 of the Miami Heat looks on prior to the game against the Washington Wizards (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images) /

Miami Heat first year sharpshooter Tyler Herro is no stranger to making news. For some reason, everything that he does seems to be headline-worthy.

The Miami Heat are known for being a hard working bunch. One of the most no-nonsense organizations in the entire league, if you aren’t ready to buy into their system upon arrival, you might not be there very long.

With that in mind, it’s no shock that they are always among the best conditioned and most disciplined teams in the league. They may not always have the most talent, but they will always compete with anybody based on the foundational principles that make them who they are.

Tyler Herro has fit right into that process, showing that he does indeed have the goods since he first stepped onto an NBA Summer League court last summer. Although he isn’t the most naturally gifted athlete or defender, he tries like hell, will get better, and finds himself in the spot where he needs to be defensively more often than not.

Aside from his fit on the basketball court though, he seems to fit right into the Miami scene as well, with his high fashion and extraordinary sense of drip. From his hairstyles to his outfit top selection, the guy just knows how to make an impression.

The Miami Heat took the most drippy player in last year’s NBA Draft, according to the guy himself. Well, Tyler Herro just keeps proving himself right.

That is just where we find ourselves today though with the Milwaukee bred flame thrower from Kentucky. He recently dawned new ink, or a new tattoo and I must say, it is Miami Heat approved.

From the page of an Instagram user, slowmotion00, you can see Herro’s new art on either side of his chest. It says “No Work” along his right pectoral, while the phrase “No Check” lays across his left.

It’s actually a pretty dope concept if you think about it. It definitely furthers the notion that Tyler Herro is what we like to call… a whole mood.

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In any situation, this is a piece of body art that is definitely Miami Heat approved, as it practically embodies their philosophy. Working for what you get and harder than the next man or team is practically half of what makes up the Miami Heat culture. 

That is why Tyler Herro’s latest piece, is Miami Heat approved.