Miami just finds guys. And develops them. Kendrick Nunn is at the top of that list for them this season, playing like someone who will get Rookie of the Year votes so far this season. Don’t leave Duncan Robinson off that list, he has had some big games for the Heat lately.
Sunday it was Tyler Herro‘s turn. The rookie out of Kentucky scored 16 points through the fourth quarter and overtime against Chicago. That includes draining the game-winning three off an assist from Jimmy Butler.
That bucket held up as the final score, 108-105 Miami.
It also wasn’t Herro’s only big three in OT.
Miami improves to 17-6 on the season, and a part of that is they have rookies stepping up and contributing.