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Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 10:47 pm
by rate_
Herro was among the leaders in RAPM last season:

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Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jun 29, 2019 4:20 pm
by Maroko
he is def going to beat Tim Hardaway as the one who made the most 3 in Heat history

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Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jun 29, 2019 6:25 pm
by somerandomdude
Am I crazy for thinking Tyler's game resembles Ray Allen's? Not to say he will be of Ray Allen's caliber, but his style is very similar to Ray's.

He's good at working screens, he's got solid, consistent mechanics on his jumpshot, and pretty much makes his defenders work hard to defend him.

Maybe the resemblance to Ray Allen is what the Heat liked about him.

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jun 29, 2019 7:42 pm
by radikalBaller
Ray Allen was more Athletic, and a much better scorer at the rim. Only thing Tyler is similar to Allen is that they both got big calfes, maybe that help with the shooting lol I would love to see Ray Allen mentor and train Tyler with his legendary work ethic...


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Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 4:27 am
by Hoops23
Good to see Tyler Herro appreciation in here.
Two weeks ago, a lot of haters came out and even calling Pat Riley to step down because they dont like the pick.
Now what!?! ha ha ha :lol:

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 4:40 am
by puppa bear
Hoops23 wrote:Good to see Tyler Herro appreciation in here.
Two weeks ago, a lot of haters came out and even calling Pat Riley to step down because they dont like the pick.
Now what!?! ha ha ha :lol:

Without knowing Jimmy was keen to come here and with Langford/Sekou on the board, and based purely on what Herro showed at Kentucky is does look like a pick that was a safe pick. Yes there was the “he was playing a role at Kentucky” thought, but honestly Bam hasn’t fully shown all the things he was supposed to be able to do based on similar statements/anecdotes. It’s really only the Booker comparisons that had people in this board keeping him on the lotto bubble - if not for Booker, or if he was at almost any other school, he’d have been around 15-20 on everyone’s boards here.

Since then, we’ve seen more footage of him, we’ve picked up Jimmy (a star who needs a shooter/scorer next to him) and we’ve seen him in some summer league play. There’s some hope and he’s been pretty good with what he’s said about the team, etc so far. Let’s see how he goes through the rest of summer league and see how he handles his first bad game.

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 10:18 am
by contract
Hoops23 wrote:Good to see Tyler Herro appreciation in here.
Two weeks ago, a lot of haters came out and even calling Pat Riley to step down because they dont like the pick.
Now what!?! ha ha ha :lol:

Summer League tends to do that. Which is why I like to remind everyone every year that Summer League is not NBA basketball.

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 10:58 am
by Hoops23
contract wrote:
Hoops23 wrote:Good to see Tyler Herro appreciation in here.
Two weeks ago, a lot of haters came out and even calling Pat Riley to step down because they dont like the pick.
Now what!?! ha ha ha :lol:

Summer League tends to do that. Which is why I like to remind everyone every year that Summer League is not NBA basketball.

You dont need to remind us, we are well aware of that.

Regardless its just a summer league, it gives us an idea what a player Tyler Herro is or might be.

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 2:57 pm
by HIF
Where is Earl Barron?

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 3:24 pm
by twix2500
HIF wrote:Where is Earl Barron?


Enough with the T-Rex arms.. :lol:

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 3:27 pm
by JustiseForMiami
HIF wrote:Where is Earl Barron?


He's the assistant coach for Northern Arizona, and also playing in The Basketball Tournament

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 3:48 pm
by Flash4thewin
Maroko wrote:he is def going to beat Tim Hardaway as the one who made the most 3 in Heat history

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How many 3s did Ray hit as a Heat player?

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Fri Jul 5, 2019 4:05 pm
by Maroko
Flash4thewin wrote:
Maroko wrote:he is def going to beat Tim Hardaway as the one who made the most 3 in Heat history



How many 3s did Ray hit as a Heat player?


In 2 seasons : 255

2012 - 2013 : 139 in 79 games
2013 - 2014 : 116 in 73 games

source : https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/a/allenra02.html

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jul 6, 2019 7:33 am
by Hoops23
Chalm Down wrote:trade herro

Why?

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jul 6, 2019 8:57 am
by IggieCC
Hoops23 wrote:
Chalm Down wrote:trade herro

Why?

I suggest ignore this hater/troll :x

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jul 6, 2019 8:57 am
by IggieCC
i see we beat the crap out of china

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jul 6, 2019 9:09 am
by Bishop45
I stand with Chalms, an asset can lose as much value as a lollipop on the floor after actually playing.

especially while we still owe Yimmy the same change that Kawhichael's set to play for

Or, I just seriously don't like the pick


puppa bear wrote:Without knowing Jimmy was keen to come here and with Langford/Sekou on the board, and based purely on what Herro showed at Kentucky is does look like a pick that was a safe pick. Yes there was the “he was playing a role at Kentucky” thought, but honestly Bam hasn’t fully shown all the things he was supposed to be able to do based on similar statements/anecdotes. It’s really only the Booker comparisons that had people in this board keeping him on the lotto bubble - if not for Booker, or if he was at almost any other school, he’d have been around 15-20 on everyone’s boards here.

Since then, we’ve seen more footage of him, we’ve picked up Jimmy (a star who needs a shooter/scorer next to him) and we’ve seen him in some summer league play. There’s some hope and he’s been pretty good with what he’s said about the team, etc so far. Let’s see how he goes through the rest of summer league and see how he handles his first bad game.


Most of this is on the nose tbh

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sat Jul 6, 2019 9:05 pm
by Seabass777
Tyler Hero aka White Drip, the next Devin Booker

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sun Jul 7, 2019 6:44 am
by somerandomdude
Would love for Riley to give Ray Allen a gig in mentoring Tyler Herro

https://heavy.com/sports/2019/07/ray-allen-boston-celtics-dinner/

Allen is now proudly looking at the next generation of shooters after he left his mark as a premium NBA shooter.

Allen leaving the NBA ushered in everybody appears to be shooting at a higher clip.

His observation of it is fascinating.

“It’s crazy, because there’s so many great shooters,” Ray Allen told Scoop B Radio.

“I will say that as I left, shooting did drop, it seemed like it fell off a little bit. It was like three or four good shooters in the league, but now you see there’s a huge growth where a lot of teams have multiples and we’re talking about the BIG teams. You can’t shoot on this team if you can’t shoot threes. So what’s interesting is that now there’s a gap in the middle, and what’s gonna happen is, one of these kids in high school who’s gonna get really big and have really smooth moves is gonna be making baskets and making baskets that’s gonna dominate the game and flip it back over, he’ll dominate it for years. And then the game is going to have to adjust.”

Re: 2019 NBA Draft 2.0 - I can be your Herro baby

Posted: Sun Jul 7, 2019 11:52 am
by abark
contract wrote:
Hoops23 wrote:Good to see Tyler Herro appreciation in here.
Two weeks ago, a lot of haters came out and even calling Pat Riley to step down because they dont like the pick.
Now what!?! ha ha ha :lol:

Summer League tends to do that. Which is why I like to remind everyone every year that Summer League is not NBA basketball.

We all know to take Summer League for what it is. Tim Duncan looked horrible in SL and finished fifth in MVP voting his rookie year. Trae Young also looked like trash last year.

But you can't pretend there isn't some correlation between rookie SL performance and future success, even if it's minor.

Gilgeous Alexander's play last year made me think he might have what it took to be a future star, and right now he looks to have the brightest future of the guys outside the top 5-6.

Basically, if Tyler was looking terrible, I'd be a little concerned but I wouldn't be trashing him.

But when your 19 year old rookie is averaging 20, 3.5, 3.5, and 2 through the first 3 games, it is encouraging.