The Miami Heat could part ways with Tyler Herro in order to pursue and sign a top NBA star, per Zach Harper of The Athletic.
Herro is coming off an impressive postseason, where he averaged 16 points per game for the Heat, helping Miami reach the 2020 NBA Finals.
“Prying him away from the Heat will take a very big star. If they won’t give up Herro, then they’ll need to trade first-round picks starting in 2025.
If Nunn and cap flexibility are the players involved, those future picks will have to fly. If we throw Robinson into the mix, it becomes easier to not have to part with future picks.
If Herro is involved, there is no need to attach future picks. It’s just hard to see Herro being involved unless they’re acquiring Giannis or Beal in a potential trade.
League sources believe a trade for Oladipo wouldn’t even consider including Herro on Miami’s end of it. ‘Riley hangs up,'” Harper reports.