Miami Heat: There Is No World Where Tyler Herro Isn’t The NBA 6MOY
Everyone was quick to call Herro out on last season for having a “down year” when he actually had a better season than the previous one, according to the numbers that everyone always likes to go to. However, as people that follow the Miami Heat closely can tell you, you knew that he didn’t have the season he wanted to have.
So, what did he do? He did what he has always done in his short career, thus far.
He proceeded to come out and have a bounce-back year, perhaps even deserving of an All-Star bid over a guy like—LaMelo Ball even, but that’s for another day. What isn’t for another day though is this fact.
This is just another example of why Miami Heat fans don’t listen to the national media, as it just seems like they do not actually watch the games. Herro plays a huge role for Miami coming off the bench and for a team that struggles to put points on the board at times, they look to Herro to get those points on the board for them.
Tyler Herro has also become one heck of passer and playmaker as well, another thing people seem to forget about his game. Again though, we all know he should be the Sixth Man Of The Year.
You should be stunned if he does not win the award, I will. As one of those people that actually does watch him play, you guess we’ll have to be the one pushing the right narrative.
Because, well, some people just won’t say what’s right.