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“Tyler Herro has the weakest uppercuts I’ve ever seen in my life”: NBA fans roast the Miami Heat guard for the recent viral video of him boxing

Advait Jajodia
|Sun Jul 04 2021


NBA fans savagely roast Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro for his recent boxing video, preparing for the upcoming season.

Back in the NBA Bubble last year, Tyler Herro proved himself to be one of the top young talents in the league. Herro had some big nights for the Miami Heat during that 2020 playoffs, helping Miami make their unexpected run to the NBA Finals.

Judging from his rookie season, his teammates and coaches expected Tyler to have a great sophomore season. However, the former Kentucky Wildcat has not lived up to the expectations set for him, this year. Even though the combo guard saw more minutes this season, he averaged only 15.1 points, 5 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game on an average 44/36/80 shooting splits.

It was in the playoffs series against current Eastern Conference champs, the Milwaukee Bucks, that the 21-year-old was nowhere to be found. Putting up merely 9.3 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists in the clean sweep, Tyler had an incredibly poor playoffs campaign.

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NBA fans blast Tyler Herro on his recent training video

It seems as if Herro wants to put in the work this offseason and prove all his haters wrong in the upcoming 2021-2022 campaign. He recently posted a video of him boxing. And as soon as the Miami player posted the video, NBA Twitter went berserk and started roasting him.

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Advait Jajodia

Advait Jajodia

Being a two-time national-level basketball player, NBA surely had my attention from a very young age. At age 20 now, I aspire to share the knowledge I gained over 11 years with fellow basketball-lovers through my articles!

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