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Video: Duncan Robinson and Tyler Herro Seen Going at It in Shooting Competition During Miami Heat Practice
- Updated: August 2, 2020
Some video of the Heat returning to practice this morning (minus Jimmy Butler). Tyler Herro and Duncan Robinson having some fun shooting. Miami takes on Toronto tomorrow afternoon. (🎥 NBA entertainment) https://t.co/ggQXfiRDRu pic.twitter.com/wGapplcbGJ
— Will Manso (@WillManso) August 2, 2020
The Heat are surely encouraging both youngsters to shoot as many balls as possible while they’re on the practice court.
In Miami’s first meaningful game inside the NBA’s bubble in Orlando, Fla., Herro finished the night with seven points, five rebounds and two assists.
He shot just 1-for-4 from the three-point line.
As for Robinson, he fared far better. The University of Michigan product finished with 17 points on 3-for-7 shooting from beyond the arc.
It’s not all that shocking that Herro struggled to find his rhythm on Saturday. After all, he missed over a month of games prior to the NBA shutting down the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yesterday’s game marked just his second regular season game since Feb. 3.
Hopefully, Sunday’s shooting competition helps him get his rhythm back.
The Heat will take the court next on Monday versus the defending champion Toronto Raptors.