The Miami Heat suffered one of the most misguided nights in memory in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals. The Florida team did not score a shot other than from the free throw until more than eight minutes into the first quarter. They would finish the game with a 33% accuracy in shooting from the field and with their entire starting lineup adding only 18 points. The Heat would miss Tyler Herro in any circumstance, but even more so in this situation. Luckily, it seems that the shooting guard will be able to play again tonight after missing the previous game due to groin pain.
him in person has commented with the press who trusts in said return, although the medical team still needs to give the go-ahead. The truth is that yesterday he was still running with difficulties and remains a doubt in the lower part of the team. Everything will depend on how he feels today during the training sessions prior to the match. Erik Spoelstra’s team is going through an obvious physical downturn with the inconvenience of Tucker, Butler and the absence of Herro and Lowry, so adding any of his mainstay players is tremendously relevant. Opposite, several Celtics players have also been limping, although it seems that they could all be available for tonight.
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