2 Heat players who improved their trade value, 1 whose value went down

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Tyler Herro ⬇️

Tyler Herro had an up-and-down year for Miami this season. Herro started off the year strong but shoulder, knee and foot injuries derailed his season.

After missing 40 games in the regular season, Herro was one of the few players available for the playoffs who can create his own shot. Shot creation was hard to come by with injuries to Jimmy Butler and Terry Rozier. There was a lot on Herro's plate to set up the offense while creating his own shot. Going against the Boston Celtics didn't help either. Boston was one of the better defensive teams entering the playoffs.

Herro got a lot of flack from Miami fans on social media, and while I understand Herro struggled during the playoffs, who else was supposed to take those shots?

Still, Herro missed a lot of open shots during the playoffs and was unable to guide Miami's offense to compete with the Celtics. As a result, Herro's trade value went down this season.

Herro also has three years and $93 million dollars left on his contract. He is a polarizing player, and depending on how you view Herro, he could be a positive or negative asset for the Heat.

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