Tyler Herro has been living his best life even amid the ongoing pandemic, showing off new hairstyles and spending lots of time with Instagram model Katya Elise Henry (who just happens to be Kyle Kuzma’s ex-girlfriend). But the time for play is over, with the Miami Heat having made the short trip to Orlando to participate in the NBA’s bubble restart.
The squad traveled two men light as a pair of players had to stay back after contracting COVID-19; they should be joining their teammates later on.
Herro, meanwhile, seems like he’s raring to go and had a very confident message for his doubters while heading to Orlando.
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Tyler Herro averaged 12.9 points, 1.9 assists, and 4.0 rebounds per game prior to the season getting suspended and has emerged as a long-range threat for Miami, with the team putting some real young talent on show. The likes of Kendrick Nunn and Duncan Robinson broke out this term to help the Heat to fourth place in the Eastern Conference, while third-year big man Bam Adebayo has blossomed into a star under Erik Spoelstra, earning his first All-Star appearance in February.
Of course, the addition of Jimmy Butler should not be discounted. Butler’s move set the Heat up as a surprise heavyweight in the East and they remain they only team to have beaten the Milwaukee Bucks twice without losing to the Giannis Antetokounmpo-led supremos.