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Post#21 » by SlowPaced » Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:16 am

Not gonna lie, this dude looks fresh as phuck, has that glow to him
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Post#22 » by Spacely » Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:33 am

He’s gonna be a legend
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Post#23 » by Bishop45 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 9:51 am

Tbf, I was an offish fan before seeing how his athleticism fared on the next level. I just hope he works on his handle and makes himself viable in the PnR

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Post#24 » by Shootit » Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:14 am

So, 16 years ago I had hibachi on draft night and we drafted Dwayne Wade.
Last night was the next time I had hibachi on draft night.

So basically, Herro is our next Wade or some ****. I mean, it's scientifically proven. Facts are facts.
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Post#25 » by Heat_team02 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 12:26 pm

Welcome Tyler Christopher (Not Jake) Herro and best wishes to you in the coming challenge to score in a restricted 1/2 court system.
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Post#26 » by overland » Fri Jun 21, 2019 12:33 pm

Devin Booker SG Height w/o Shoes 6' 4.5'' Height w/ Shoes 6' 5.75'' Weight 205.8 Wingspan 6' 8.25'' Standing Reach 8' 6.5'' Body Fat % 8.30% Hand Length 8.75 Hand Width9.00

Tyler Herro SG Height w/o Shoes 6' 4.5'' Height w/ Shoes 6' 6'' Weight 192.4 Wingspan 6' 3.25'' Standing Reach 8' 4.5'' Body Fat % 7.10% Hand Length 8.00 Hand Width8.75

In my opinion they are very similar the only difference is the wingspan but who knows how its translate on NBA level.I also think Herro like Booker can score from anywhere not only from 3point range.
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Post#27 » by RexBoyWonder » Fri Jun 21, 2019 12:48 pm

wut happn
Chalm Downs wrote:his nickname is boywonder ffs
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Post#28 » by RexBoyWonder » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:00 pm

overland wrote:Devin Booker SG Height w/o Shoes 6' 4.5'' Height w/ Shoes 6' 5.75'' Weight 205.8 Wingspan 6' 8.25'' Standing Reach 8' 6.5'' Body Fat % 8.30% Hand Length 8.75 Hand Width9.00

Tyler Herro SG Height w/o Shoes 6' 4.5'' Height w/ Shoes 6' 6'' Weight 192.4 Wingspan 6' 3.25'' Standing Reach 8' 4.5'' Body Fat % 7.10% Hand Length 8.00 Hand Width8.75

In my opinion they are very similar the only difference is the wingspan but who knows how its translate on NBA level.I also think Herro like Booker can score from anywhere not only from 3point range.


That'a my only hope.

If this kid can create more then he showed, this pick might not look as bad as thought when I broke my TV.

If he's just a shooter, we really reached, badly.

I think i see some wiggle in his game, and he does seem to high IQ with good A/T ratio.

So Devin Booker type is what i'm praying for. That handle and finishing better be legit Mr.Riley, or i'm coming for your head.
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Post#29 » by Dr_Heat » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:04 pm

RexBoyWonder wrote:wut happn


I met my HERRO but we let Bol Bol get away :cry:

And Porter Jr dumped us :cry: :cry:
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Post#30 » by RexBoyWonder » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:09 pm

Dr_Heat wrote:
RexBoyWonder wrote:wut happn


I met my HERRO but we let Bol Bol get away :cry:

And Porter Jr dumped us :cry: :cry:



I'm scared Dr.

If KPJ ever faces Herro, TJ 2.0 might not make it out alive
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Post#31 » by BFRESH44 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:45 pm

There was no such thing as "reaching" at 13 in this draft. From 9 on down, you'll be lucky to get a rotational quality player in this draft.

We knew we weren't going to be drafting Sekou. International prospects are just not the Riley way. For better or worse. So it really came down to Langford or Herro. They went with the Calipari Kentucky product, who showed translatable skills, (plus a 90% foul shooter). That's usually the correct decision. They make good pros.
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Post#32 » by Spacely » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:02 pm

RexBoyWonder wrote:
overland wrote:Devin Booker SG Height w/o Shoes 6' 4.5'' Height w/ Shoes 6' 5.75'' Weight 205.8 Wingspan 6' 8.25'' Standing Reach 8' 6.5'' Body Fat % 8.30% Hand Length 8.75 Hand Width9.00

Tyler Herro SG Height w/o Shoes 6' 4.5'' Height w/ Shoes 6' 6'' Weight 192.4 Wingspan 6' 3.25'' Standing Reach 8' 4.5'' Body Fat % 7.10% Hand Length 8.00 Hand Width8.75

In my opinion they are very similar the only difference is the wingspan but who knows how its translate on NBA level.I also think Herro like Booker can score from anywhere not only from 3point range.


That'a my only hope.

If this kid can create more then he showed, this pick might not look as bad as thought when I broke my TV.

If he's just a shooter, we really reached, badly.

I think i see some wiggle in his game, and he does seem to high IQ with good A/T ratio.

So Devin Booker type is what i'm praying for. That handle and finishing better be legit Mr.Riley, or i'm coming for your head.


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He can DEFINITELY handle.
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Post#33 » by Bishop45 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:02 pm

Harrison Barnes lite is my hope for him, at the very least he's not undersized for the 2, so that's nice.

I don't see the athleticism for him to be a versatile shot creator, if a shot creator at all. Hope there's more of a facilitator in him somewhere
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Post#34 » by fsuizzy » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:09 pm

OUR NEW "TYLER JOHNSON"
"MIAMI-WADE COUNTY"
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Post#35 » by RexBoyWonder » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:18 pm

The more i see the more confident i am that he can become a versatile offensive player.

Good size, great shooter, has some handle, has some wiggle, can finish inside, can pass a little.

He needs to improve all those areas, but the base is right there. He's not inept in any area.

Summer league will show how he handles long defenders and how well can he create, really want to see him on the ball, primary ball handler, getting shots for himself.
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Post#36 » by dolphinatik » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:18 pm

He will win us over like he did haters in Kentucky. Kid is focused
1. Herro 2. Bol Bol 3. Seko 4. Bruno
unless we trade up for Barrett or trade down for PJ Washington
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Post#37 » by CaliHeat » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:22 pm

At first i laughed but i do see some Devin Booker. We will see. He does fit well with Winslow, richardson and Bam as a deadly shooter with a bunch of confidence.
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Post#38 » by Flash4thewin » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:50 pm

So our scouts say he’s like Booker?

We had a chance to draft Booker and our “scouts” picked Winslow.

Now the same scouts say let’s draft a Booker type player?

:crazy: :crazy: :crazy:

Speaking of Winslow, with a healthy Dragic coming back and Pat wanting to showcase Dragic for a trade don’t be surprised if Winslow comes off the bench again.
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Post#39 » by ImOnFire » Fri Jun 21, 2019 4:57 pm

After watching his highlights i'm less angry. He looks like he plays like a Sharpshooting Shot Creator in NBA 2k19.

I'm all in, i talked myself into it. :nod:
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Post#40 » by JustiseForMiami » Fri Jun 21, 2019 5:02 pm

Flash4thewin wrote:So our scouts say he’s like Booker?

We had a chance to draft Booker and our “scouts” picked Winslow.

Now the same scouts say let’s draft a Booker type player?

:crazy: :crazy: :crazy:

Speaking of Winslow, with a healthy Dragic coming back and Pat wanting to showcase Dragic for a trade don’t be surprised if Winslow comes off the bench again.



To be fair, they were all in on Booker ... nobody saw Winslow falling. He was looked at as a "top 5 lock" going into draft day.
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