Tyler Herro wants to see the Miami Heat keep their core intact and run it back with the same roster next season.
The Heat want to trade for Kevin Durant or Donovan Mitchell and create a Big Three with Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo.
To do so, they need to give up many assets and construct a lucrative package to persuade the Brooklyn Nets or the Utah Jazz to agree to a deal.
“I would run it back. I think that’s what we’re doing. We brought everyone back. We were one game away from the Finals so I’d run it back,” Tyler Herro told boxer and YouTube star Jake Paul.
Tyler Herro tells Jake Paul that he wants Miami to run it back instead of trading for Donovan Mitchell or Kevin Durant
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Miami came a step away from the NBA Finals last season, but lost to the Boston Celtics in Game 7 (3-4). So far, only P.J Tucker has left the squad to join the Philadelphia 76ers.
For his part, the reigning Sixth Man of the Year has been in the center of trade rumors and is uncertain on his future with the Heat.
Tyler Herro is eligible to a five-year, $188M rookie max contract extension with Miami. If he doesn’t sign it, he will become a restricted free agent next summer.