Miami Heat Roundtable: Would you trade Tyler Herro as a part of any deal?

Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro (14) drives around Orlando Magic guard Terrence Ross (8) (Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports)
Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro (14) drives around Orlando Magic guard Terrence Ross (8) (Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro (14) shoots around Orlando Magic guard Michael Carter-Williams (7) (Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Miami Heat shouldn’t trade Tyler Herro. Let’s just end it there, once and for all… at the moment.

Kenneth Wilson (@K_said_Que)

Well, well, well, here we are again. My answer is pretty simple and direct.

There is no world where I trade Tyler Herro. Look, we can all fantasize about Giannis Antetokounmpo and I do too, but the fact of it all is this.

He has all the leverage. This means that when and/or if he wants out of Milwaukee, they’ll be forced to deal, regardless of who the other team might be willing to send back.

As stated by a few of those above, he would be the only one that I even consider it for. Here’s the thing though and as mentioned, they won’t have to.

The Milwaukee Bucks don’t have the upper hand in the Giannis situation. To be frank, that belongs to Giannis himself and the Miami Heat, the team that he’s been rumored to be interested in for the better part of a few seasons or so.

Must Read. Miami Heat Rumors: For Beal or whoever, Duncan Robinson is untouchable. light

For Bradley Beal, nope. I wouldn’t even trade Duncan Robinson for him either, while we are here.

I wouldn’t move Herro for Jrue Holiday either. Holiday is better defensively, but the upside, cost, productivity, and flexibility that Herro offers is much more value than what Holiday brings to the team.

Now, this is only when talking about giving Herro up for Holiday, as I want the Miami Heat to continue to try moving heaven and earth to land him. Holiday is a piece that can take Miami over the top, but only with Herro still in tow.

No one is worth moving Herro right now, except for The Freak, as we mentioned but they won’t have to move him to get him. That is something we also mentioned.

That’s how I feel about it. Boy Wonder is here to stay.

Just one season in, I feel like he’s a Heat Lifer. Perhaps I am overstepping it or getting ahead of myself, but at least for the next few seasons, he won’t call anywhere his home floor except AmericanAirlines Arena.

The Miami Heat are right there. That doesn’t mean they should shoot themselves in the foot to improve though.

Pat Riley is brilliant and one of the best in the business doing it. That’s past, present, and even for those coming in the future.

Next. Let’s rank their three most valuable trade assets!. dark

There will be only a few in his tier. He knows that with just a bit more patience, he’ll be able to get his guy(s) for exactly what he wants to spend to get him or them.

That’s why I wouldn’t move Tyler Herro. Riles probably won’t either.