Tyler Herro

Basketball Player

Tyler Herro was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States on January 20th, 2000 and is the Basketball Player. At the age of 24, Tyler Herro biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 20, 2000
United States
Place of Birth
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
24 years old
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$27 Million
Basketball Player
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Tyler Herro Life

Tyler Herro (HEE-roh) is an American professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association, born January 20, 2000) in Miami, Florida. (NBA):

He played college basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats.

Personal life

Austin and Myles, Herro's younger brothers, play basketball. Jennifer and Chris Herro are his parents.

Herro was incorporated in Jack Harlow's "Tyler Herro" named after him and featured prominently in the music video.

Herro began dating Katya Elise Henry in 2020. They revealed that they were expecting a baby on June 5, 2021. Their daughter was born on September 14, 2021. The couple announced on June 18, 2022, that they were expecting a second child.


Tyler Herro Career

High school career

Herro was born in Greenfield and graduated from Whitnall High School in Greenfield, Wisconsin. He was named to the First Team All-State for his senior season, scoring 32.9 points, 7.4 rebounds, 3.6 assists, and 3.3 steals per game; his field goal percentage was 43.5. In his high school years, he gained more than 2,000 points.

Herro received scholarship offers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Marquette University, DePaul University, Oregon State University, and Arizona State University in high school. After visiting the Madison campus several times, he decided to play for the University of Wisconsin. Before his junior year of high school in September 2016, the University of Wisconsin–Madison program was founded. Coach John Calipari of the University of Kentucky came to the Whitnall High School gymnasium to see Herro play in person. Herro was then released from Wisconsin on October 17, 2017. Herro was drafted by the University of Kansas and Kentucky when he was no longer committed to play for Madison. On October 31, 2017, Calipari gave Herro a scholarship. Herro then toured the Kentucky campus and decided to play for Kentucky. On November 14, 2017, Herro signed his letter of intent with Kentucky.

College career

As the only player to start in all 37 games for the Kentucky Wildcats, Herro averaged 14.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 2.5 assists. He scored 9 of ten field goals and all of 6 free throws on February 27, 2019, leading the Wildcats to a comeback victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks, 70-66. Among other honors, he was named an All-Freshman First Team pick by Basketball Times as well as the Southeastern Conference Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press. Herro revealed for the 2019 NBA draft on April 12, 2019, forgoing his last three years of college eligibility and recruiting an agent. In the majority mock drafts, he was selected as a mid-first-round pick.

Professional career

Herro was selected by the Miami Heat as the 13th overall pick in the 2019 NBA draft on June 20, 2019. The Heat announced that they had signed Herro on July 10. He made his NBA debut on October 23, winning by 120–101 over the Memphis Grizzlies and finishing the season-opener with 14 points, 2 steals, and an assist. Herro scored a career-high 29 points in his fourth game (and first non-start) on October 29 in a 112-97 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. Herro had intended to attend the Rising Stars game in 2020 but was forced to cancel due to an ankle injury. In a 116–115 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on August 12, 2020, he scored a career-high 30 points.

Herro became the first NBA player born in the 2000s to play in a NBA Conference Finals game on September 8, 2020. He was named by the NBA on September 15, he was assigned to the 2019-20 NBA All-Rookie Second Team. He scored a career-high 37 points in Game 4 of the 2020 Eastern Conference Finals, becoming the fourth player in playoffs to reach 30+ points before turning 21 and the second-highest scorer under 21. He also set the most points for a rookie, as the youngest player (at 20 years, 247 days old) had 30+ points and the most points for the youngest player (sophomore). Herro was the first player born in the 2000s to play in the NBA Finals after defeating the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Herro became the youngest player to start an NBA Finals game in 20 years, 256 days, eight days younger than Magic Johnson, who appeared against the Philadelphia 76ers in 1980. He made the most 3 pointers made by a rookie in NBA Playoffs history by winning 45 beyond-the-arc shots while troubling Matt Maloney's record of 43.3 PM in 1997 NBA Playoffs. Herro set a new career record by scoring 10 points in the third quarter of the 2020 NBA Finals on October 9, 2020, breaking Alvan Adams' record of 19 games of the Phoenix Suns in 1976. In six games against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Heat lost the series in a series.

In a 134-137 overtime loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on January 12, 2021, Herro scored a season-high 34 points, as well as seven rebounds and four assists. In an 112–120 loss to the Golden State Warriors on February 17, he posted a career-high tying 15 rebounds, as well as 11 points and four assists. In a 120-107 victory over the Detroit Pistons on May 16, Herro logged a career-high 11 assists, as well as 16 points and six rebounds. The Heat lost in four games to the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the playoffs.

Herro was the first Heat franchise player to score at least 30 points and ten rebounds off the bench in a 102-91 loss to the Indiana Pacers on October 23, 2021. Herro was named the 2022 NBA Sixth Man of the Year on May 3, 2022, making him the first Heat franchise player to win the award in 2022.

Herro's four-year contract with the Miami Heat came on October 2, 2022.


Jimmy Butler set to miss Miami Heat's game against the Atlanta Hawks today due to mystery 'personal family issue'

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 11, 2023
The Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler will miss Saturday's game against the Atlanta Hawks due to an undisclosed personal matter, according to the team. Multiple media outlets speculated that Butler will return to play in Sunday's game, with Miami heading to San Antonio to face the Spurs. Caleb Martin was disqualified from Saturday's game as he recovers from a knee injury, while Tyler Herro and RJ Hampton are ruled out.

Damian Lillard says he's 'amazed people could know so much and so little'

www.dailymail.co.uk, July 7, 2023
As trade talks heat up (pun intended), Damian Lillard gave a cryptic message Thursday night. Lillard's request for a trade away from the Heat earlier this week, but the Portland native's Shams Charania reported that the best part of his life has been to play for the Miami Heat. However, Lillard has apparently disagreed with some of the articles out there about the trade negotiations.

Damian Lillard's trade request from the Trail Blazers is 'Miami-or-bust

www.dailymail.co.uk, July 2, 2023
According to The Athletic, Portland Trail Blazer's point guard Damian Lillard's trade request has been described as 'Miami-or-Bust.' Lillard's trade request broke earlier in the day, and the Miami Heat were widely recommended amongst teams linked with the search for the man who made 'Dame time', a leaguewide phenomenon over the years, but it now appears that he has his sights on just one place. According to various other outlets, the Trail Blazers have been looking for a third team in the case of any trade agreement with the Heat, the team would be centered around sixth man and scoring wing Tyler Herro, whom Portland is said not to be keen on buying.
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