Heat’s Tyler Herro could be quarantined
Miami Heat warden Tyler Herro announced that someone he was living with tested positive for COVID-19 at halftime, according to The Associated Press’ Tim Reynolds.
Herro said he is currently unsure of his quarantine status.
The NBA requires a player to sit out due to contact tracing. Hence, there is a chance Herro will miss the team’s next game on February 1st if classified as close contact.
Herro recently returned to the field after missing seven games due to neck cramps.
The 21-year-old played 40 minutes in the Heat’s 105-104 win over the Sacramento Kings tonight, recording 15 points, four rebounds, three assists and two blocks.
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