NBA: Hit G Tyler Hero (Groove) Suspicious for Game 6

The Miami Heat Tyler Hero reacted from the bench against the Boston Celtics during the third quarter of Game Five of the 2022 NBA Playoff Eastern Conference Final at the FTX Arena on May 25, 2022 in Miami, Florida.

The Miami Heat Tyler Hero reacted from the bench against the Boston Celtics during the third quarter of Game Five of the 2022 NBA Playoff Eastern Conference Final at the FTX Arena on May 25, 2022 in Miami, Florida. Andy Lyons / Getty Images / AFP

Miami Heat reserve guard Tyler Hero has been listed as a suspect for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals after missing the last two games with a left groin strain.

Who has lost in two matches without Hero NBA The sixth man of the year this season. Miami averaged 61 points as they led 3-2 in the Boston Celtics series.

Boston can clinch a berth NBA The teams will face the Celtics on Friday night when they reach the final.

Herro has averaged 13.5 points in 14 games this season and is shooting just 23.2 percent from the 3-point range. In the regular season, he averaged 20.7 points and shot 39.9 percent from behind the arc.

It is also worth noting that Miami star Jimmy Butler is no longer listed in the injury report. Butler missed the second half of Game 3 with inflammation of his right knee and fought the last two games.

After averaging 35 points in the first two games, Butler has averaged nine in the last three. He was a combined shooter of 7 out of 32 throughout games 4 and 5.

In addition to Hero, Miami has listed four other players as suspects: guard Kyle Lori (left hamstring), Max Strauss (right hamstring) and Gabe Vincent (left hamstring), as well as forward PJ Tucker (left knee).

Strauss has missed his 16 field-goal attempts in the last two games where Lori is 12 for 1.

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