Heat sniper Tyler Herro saw his percentages drop from the deep in his sophomore year in the NBA.
Miami Heat’s sniper Tyler Herro has been a deal-breaker in a few reported trades, so the 20-year-old knows the pressure is on. He’s not worried. In fact, Herro’s confidence is through the roof.
Herro, who finished 13th overall in last year’s draft, only shoots 29.7% out of the three-point country in the first seven games. This is a decrease from the 38.9% it recorded during the 2019-20 campaign, although its two-point attempts have increased slightly from 42.8% to 44.4% this season.
Some have had the outbreak of the Fixed on less pressure in the NBA bubble last year, but Herro makes no excuses. The Wisconsin native believes he’s one of the best shooters in the « world » after earning a second-team all-rookie award in his first year.
« I got one of the purest shots in the world , in the league, « said Herro of the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson. « And I feel like shooters go through break-ins when they can’t do three, can’t shoot, just stick to the basics. » I know what to do to get where I need to be. “
Herro hit a season high of 23 points on December 29th, including three bombs from below. That was the high point. He’s averaged 15 points in his last two games while going 2:10 from beyond the arc. « I have to be better, » said Herro. « It’s up to me. It’s not about anyone. I’ll be better. It’s early in the season. »
Tyler Herro has just scored the first 14 points of the Heat and scored 3 threes in a row 🔥 pic.twitter .com / youfC7Q3ks
It’s no secret that Jae Crowder was a dominant presence for the Heat last year and a big reason they made it to the NBA Finals. The 6-foot-6 forward averaged 11.9 points and 5.4 rebounds last season, while increasing those numbers to 12.0 points and 5.6 in the postseason.
Crowder was very open and honest about his decision to leave Miami as a freelance agency. He received court press from all-stars Chris Paul and Devin Booker, and the Phoenix Suns knocked out 14 NBA teams to keep his services. On Friday, Crowder spoke lovingly about Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra and his time in South Beach.
« It was as simple as we had a saying called ‘let it fly’. My coaching staff gave me the confidence that every shot I thought was a good shot trusted me I could take that shot, « Crowder told Phoenix Media, about the South Florida Sun Sentinel. « And not every situation I’ve been in was like this. Coach Spo did a great job and I’m grateful that he gave me the entire pitch: » We trust you. «
In the meantime, the Heat are returning returned from three-day firing to face the Washington Wizards in DC Several players, including Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, have spoken at length about their security concerns following the terrible riot at the US Capitol earlier this week. Adebayo went as far as to say that he could stay in his hotel room for the duration of his stay in DC. Players are justifiably afraid of a terrorist attack by unruly Donald Trump supporters.
The tip between the heat (3-4) and the wizards (2- 7) Scheduled for 7pm with no fans in attendance. Keep an eye on Wizard star Bradley Beal, who has been the constant rumor of trade talks with the heat listed as a possible target. Beal scores in Washin gton averaged 35.0 points per game, including 101 points in his last two games. The fighting wizards dropped both competitions.
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