After the Covid-19 situation, Tyler Herro took another pot on the sidelines
According to reports, a roommate of the Miami Heat may lose guard Tyler Herro for an indefinite period of time after testing him positive for Covid-19.
After the Heat defeated the Sacramento Kings on Saturday, Herro spoke in the “Miami Herald”, saying that he had learned about the diagnosis during halftime and was not sure if isolation was needed.
“The person who lives with me tested positive before the game and I found out during the intermission,” Herro said.
“I don’t know. I hope I don’t have to isolate. This is crazy.”
Herro played in the second half of the game against Sacramento, but he did not participate in the team’s training yesterday, so he was officially listed as today’s knockout match against Charlotte.
This is the latest in a series of fast-track NBA finalists last year, who are understaffed and have almost all been plagued by Covid-19 restrictions since the start of the season.
They just got Jimmy Butler back, but they still missed Goran Dragic, Avery Bradley and Mo Harkless due to injuries (Moe Harkless). They have 14 different starting lineups this season (the most from any side), but they still haven’t spoken with a strong team, everyone has.
Big man Bam Adebayo (Bam Adebayo) said that this is all about the process of dealing with a unique and strange season.
“We are working hard now,” Adebayor said.
“When we become completely healthy, we will be fine. I think it will be better for us because we have a lot of people in and out, change the starting lineup 14 times, and left and right people around,” he continued.
“At a certain point, I feel that everyone will become cohesive and comfortable, and be able to adapt to each other’s play styles, even if no one wants to let people sit outside during the COVID-19. But this is the way of life now. This is how The way we deal with it. We must always think of the next man.”
This post is written by Nick Kelland