Tyler Herro must have heard the recent reports implying that his celebrity lifestyle was affecting his on-court Miami Heat play.
Slow Start, Fast Finish for the Heat
After trailing by two at halftime, the Heat outscored the Spurs 56-34 in the second half. Herro, by himself, almost single-handedly outscored San Antonio in the 4th quarter (15-14), as he accounted for five straight Miami field goals beginning at the 6:39 mark of the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.
On a night where the Spurs struggled to get much rhythm in their offense, much of the credit should go to the Heat’s clean play on both sides of the ball. Miami had just seven turnovers on the night, and didn’t allow San Antonio to score any easy baskets all night. In fact, San Antonio had just four points off turnovers and four fast break points all game, while Miami also won the battles on the boards and in the paint.
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