Tyler Herro and the Miami Heat were able to come away with a 112-109 victory in a thrilling Game 4 match against the Boston Celtics, on Wednesday night. The Celtics have struggled to find an answer to stopping Miami’s rookie Tyler Herro, who scored 37 points off the bench and put his team one game closer to an NBA Finals appearance.
Only Magic Johnson and Derrick Rose have put up more points in a playoff game before the age of 21, which goes to show how monumental Herro’s game was.
Herro’s hot playoff performance has been record setting and he has been Miami’s player of the game for the second consecutive game. With the young stud’s great outing he has helped his fifth seeded Miami Heat dominate the Eastern Conference Finals over the Boston Celtics, who were the third seed in the conference and the series favorite.
He has been an intricate part of Miami’s sensational postseason run and will look to continue coming into every game with high energy and enthusiasm. Herro’s killer instinct on the court has been able to personify the Miami Heat, who will have high hopes for the young Herro for the remainder of the 2020 NBA Playoffs.