Miami Heat: Ranking players that should take game-winning shots

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Tyler Herro #14 of the Miami Heat reacts during the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Lakers (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The Miami Heat built a great roster for the upcoming season. It is full of a few All-Stars, some promising young talent, and plenty of great rotational players.

That being said, when it comes down to it, not everyone is going to take a ton of shots. In order to generate the most efficient offense possible, Erik Spoelstra is going to want the ball in his best players’ hands.

This idea becomes especially important at the end of games. When the game is on the line, only certain players should be getting the ball in their hands.

Which players on the Miami Heat should have the ball at the end of games this season? Who are the top five players that should be taking the buzzer-beater shots?

Miami Heat players that should be taking game-winning shots: #5 – Tyler Herro

Tyler Herro has been a key part of the Miami Heat’s offensive game plan for the past two seasons. His role as the go-to sixth man has been to come in and get buckets whenever necessary.

He has been one of the best shot creators on the team and ended up taking some big-time shots during Miami’s 2020 Finals run. Despite his struggles last year, the Heat should still feel comfortable putting the ball in his hands.

The only way Herro is going to develop and live up to his full potential is by taking some big shots. Based on his track record, he clearly is not afraid of the moment.

While there are probably some better options on the roster, having Herro take a buzzer-beater shot is not a bad option by any means. He’s ready to embrace that role when he needs to.

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