Miami Heat guard, Tyler Herro, has had a spectacular season thus far, averaging almost 21 points and just over 4 assists per game. He’s been one of the mainstays of this team that has been ravaged by injury and Covid, playing 37 of the Heat’s 43 games.
The Miami Heat have needed every bit of his contributions to stay where they currently sit, second in the Eastern Conference.
After a great rookie year, Herro faced criticism for having a sophomore slump, despite improving his numbers all around. Now in his third year, he has established himself.
His scoring in the midrange and shooting are the skills that have taken him into that higher tier as a player. But what about running the offense?
The main question here revolves around the other side of generating offense for your team. Just how good of a playmaker is he for the other players around him?