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A Heat Star Knows His Worth On The Market

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Tyler Herro of the Miami Heat has been in the league for just three seasons now.

During each consecutive year, Herro has gotten better and better.

At the start of his NBA career, Herro was averaging 13.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.2 assists.

In the 2021-22 season, Herro put up 20.7 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists.

That was enough to make him a crucial part of the team and actually earned him the Sixth Man of the Year trophy.

This means that Herro is one of the most valuable players in the entire league.

Herro knows he’s a strong player and an important asset for the Heat but he sounds sick and tired of seeing others across the NBA get bigger paychecks.

“There’s players across the league that have gotten paid who I know I’m better than,” Herro said recently.

In the years ahead, Herro could get more respect throughout the league and more money too.

He deserves both.


A Herro’s Journey

Herro is happy with the Heat and wants to remain in Miami, based on what he has said repeatedly.

And the Heat seem to want him as well, as they have exercised their team option for Herro twice.

In the 2022-23 season, Herro will rake in approximately $5 million but in the next few years, the Heat will need to pony up more if they want to keep him around.

Herro is the sort of player Miami needs if they wish to make the Finals again and actually win a ring.

But as his power and strength on the court grow, his demand for better pay will as well.

This would be a sizable, smart investment for the Heat but will they make it?

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