Tyler Herro To Play Against New York Knicks? Here’s The Latest Update

Tyler Herro, the Miami Heat shooting guard, is a crucial component for the Miami Heat’s hopes to go deep again in the postseason. The Miami Heat will next play the New York Knicks, their longtime rivals, at the Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
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Tyler Herro (Photo: X/@HeataoMil_grau)

Tyler Herro, the Miami Heat shooting guard, is a crucial component for the Miami Heat’s hopes to go deep again in the postseason. The Miami Heat will next play the New York Knicks, their longtime rivals, at the Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
This is the third and final meeting between the two clubs this season; the Knicks have won the first two. Hernandez is still sidelined with a knee ailment, per the Heat's most recent injury report. It is anticipated that he will return by mid-April, in time for the postseason. Josh Richardson, who is sidelined for the season, will also not be playing.
The Heat are currently seventh in the Eastern Conference with a 41-33 record. Their goal of finishing one game behind the Indiana Pacers in order to avoid the Play-In Tournament. The team's momentum following victories against the Portland Trail Blazers and the Washington Wizards back-to-back also helps.
Following the absence of Herro and Richardson, Duncan Robinson, Nikola Jovic, Caleb Martin and Terry Rozier were decisions made during the game. The Miami Heat's most recent game featured Tyler Herro against the New Orleans Pelicans on February 23. He has now missed 28 games this season, including 18 in a row.
The five-year NBA career of the former Kentucky Wildcat has been marred by injuries. This time, he has been sidelined lately due to his foot.
He has also suffered ailments to his ankle and shoulder this season. The second meeting between the Knicks and the Heat this season took place on January 27 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, with the Knicks winning by a score of 16 points. Hernandez played in that game.
After 35 minutes, the previous 6th Man of the Year scored 18 three assists, one rebound, and three points. He made 7 of 18 field goals. And 4-of-11 while shooting from beyond the 3-point arc. Jimmy Butler led the squad in scoring with 28 points, and Duncan Robinson contributed 19 points off the bench.
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