The Miami Heat’s latest injury update could change everything in Game 4

The Miami Heat are missing one of their key shooters in Game 4 and without Tyler Herro, the Boston Celtics have a better chance of leveling the score.

As the Eastern Conference Finals series between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics began, it was Boston who was hit by difficult injury news.

In Game 1, the Celtics languished without Marcus Smart and Al Horford, but by Game 2 both Boston players had returned. The Celtics won that game 127-102.

In Game 4, it’s Miami who faces an impending absence from a serious injury loss Tyler Herro.

Miami Heat will miss Tyler Herro in a key Game 4 matchup

With Herro out, a battered Miami crew is still warming up with intent to play, especially when a key man is out in a crucial game.

With every back and forth in this tight series, and with players injured and ill, Boston seems poised to take advantage of Herro’s absence.

But it should be noted that in Game 3 the Heat had run away Jimmy Butler was missing in the second half of the game and Herro struggled to play. However, that didn’t stop the Heat from winning Game 3 despite the difficulties.

Though Herro is a necessary part of the Heat’s offense, certain stats have highlighted his struggles throughout the series against the Celtics.

As one Twitter user noted, perhaps the rest could heal Herro and hopefully return for Game 5 refreshed. At the very least, it would be ideal if Herro could come back in Game 7 when it comes to that.

Although his recent three-pointers haven’t gone as expected, Herro is still a force on the pitch, making his absence worrying.

While there is no clear timeline for his return, the team has announced that Herro is out for Game 4 with a groin injury. The Miami Heat’s latest injury update could change everything in Game 4

John Verrall

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