Tyler Herro (main) exclu pour le match 4.


Tyler Herro, the Miami Heat guard, will not be playing in Game 4 of the NBA Finals as he continues to recover from an injured right hand. Herro has not played since breaking his hand in Game 1 of the first round against Milwaukee. Although he has been cleared to resume basketball activities, he has not been cleared for a game yet. On the other hand, Kyle Lowry, who slipped late in Game 3, will be playing in Game 4. Miami’s offense has been doing well without Herro, averaging 114.9 points over the first 14 games of the postseason.

Herro underwent surgery to repair his broken right hand on April 21, and the team disclosed that he would miss a minimum of six weeks. He was cleared to resume basketball activities on May 23, but it was unclear when he would be able to return to the floor. Herro is known for his shot-making and playmaking ability, and his absence has been felt by the team. However, Miami has been able to deploy four different combinations of starters over 18 games, including one lineup that accounted for Butler missing Game 2 of the East semifinals due to a sprained right ankle.

Miami needs to continue to mix up coverages on Murray, while Denver needs to limit turnovers and continue to contest 3-point shooters. The game is set to take place on Friday at 8:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted on ABC.

Keywords: Tyler Herro, Miami Heat, NBA Finals, Kyle Lowry, injury, basketball, playoffs, shot-making, playmaking, Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, Denver Nuggets, Game 4.

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