The Heat's starting guard Herro, who suffered a fractured right hand in the first round of the playoffs, may not be able to return in the finals2023-06-10 15:43
The Miami Heat played against the Denver Nuggets at home in Game 4 of the NBA Finals today, but the 23-year-old guard Tyler Herro, who was injured in the first round of the playoffs, still failed to return to help the game .
Herro was selected by the Heat with the 13th overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NBA Draft. He also advanced to the Finals with the team in 2020, becoming the first player born after 2000 to participate in the NBA Finals. The youngest player to start in a final.
Although the Heat lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the 6th game and missed the championship, Herro created a record of 45 three-pointers made by rookies in the history of the NBA playoffs in the finals. Very substantial. In 2022, Herro was elected the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year, becoming the first player in the history of the Heat to win this award.
Has not returned after two months of injury
However, Herro's injury in the playoffs this season has dealt a big blow to the Heat's road to the championship. In the first round of the first round of the playoffs against the Milwaukee Bucks, Herro injured his right hand during a scrimmage. Therefore, Herro was sent to the locker room for initial diagnosis and treatment. After examination, it was confirmed that Herro Was excluded from the lineup for the second half of the game and was unable to continue the game.
After the game, the Heat confirmed that the middle and ring fingers of Herro's shooting right hand were fractured, and he is expected to miss 4 to 6 weeks. But now Herro has been injured for 2 months, far longer than originally expected.
Initially, the team was optimistic that Herro could make a comeback in time for the NBA Finals. There was also news that Herro had a chance to return in the second final, but none of them came true. Judging from the current situation, the starting guard’s comeback from injury is constantly being rejected. shelved.
Although the Heat's game continued and Herro's return became more and more hopeful, Herro was still excluded from the lineup until Game 4 of today's finals. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said before the game that this is a stage that the team and Herro must go through, and that his injury recovery is not yet ready to play.
Herro is the Heat's second-leading scorer in the regular season this season, averaging 20.1 points, 5.4 rebounds and 4.2 assists in 34.9 minutes in 67 games, with an overall shooting percentage of 43.9%.
Herro's absence will affect the Heat's offensive firepower in the finals. Today, the Heat lost 95 to 108 at home to the Nuggets in the 4th final and won a record of 1 win and 3 losses. If they fail to win in the next game, they will hand over the NBA championship to the Nuggets .
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