What I heard: Jeff Gilgit of USA Today’s Sports Department broadcasted what the Lakers and Nuggets said after Denver’s pivotal third victory in the Western Conference Finals.
So what did Taylor Herro of Miami do? The 13th pick in the 2019 draft meets like an All-Star.
He scored a career-high 37 points on 14 of 21 shots, including 5 of 10 three-pointers. In Wednesday’s 4th game, he defeated Boston with a 3-1 lead and defeated Boston 112-109. Eastern Conference Finals.
“He is confident. His fear is impermanent,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. “But he works modestly enough to become a coach and accept the guidance of senior players in our team, and he continues to gain greater confidence as we move forward.”
Herro scored 22 points in the second half, including 17 in the fourth quarter. His performance set a record:
The rookie set a Heat record for most points in the playoffs;
-Be the youngest in the final with 30 points or more;
-The rookie set the record for most points in the final;
-Become the second youngest player in the playoffs, scoring 35 points or more.
Celtics coach Stevens (Brad Stevens) said: “Tonight, Herro’s shooting ability is our own problem, and there are differences in the game.” “Tonight, Herro performed very well. In To him, that edge looks like the sea.”
Herro said: “I think once you see a few shots down, and when you shoot rhythmically, that is-the game is going on. I know where I am going to shoot and I will be in the next round of the same game. Get the same shot opportunities in the game. This is just to make them successful and get the rhythm early.
But this is not only the lens, but also the timing of many shots-when the Heat need a bucket, in the next few shots.
Spoelstra said: “You know, the background of these achievements is the big divider in the league, and these are pressure balls.” “We have to step up against very good defense. He played at the end of the bell. . You know, that’s his skill. He can make dribbles. You know, they will trap you, and you need someone who can break the defense and create opportunities, and these opportunities are not necessarily there.”
Take a closer look at Herro’s 14 field goals:
Number 1-13 feet back. Miami 20th District, Boston 18.
2nd place-Leaving the goblet with 6 seconds left in the high shot clock. Miami 22nd District, Boston 18.
No. 3-18-foot jumper Miami 26, Boston 25.
No. 4-3-pointer from the Boston bench. Miami 31, Boston 28.
The 5th-14th foot jumper hits, the right elbow is on the foul line, and the shooting timer has 4 seconds left. Miami 33, Boston 28
No. 6-When the 14-foot player leaves the shot, he has 5 seconds to serve. Miami 44, Boston 40.
From the top of the arc, No. 7-27 feet No. 3. Miami 73, Boston 68.
No. 8-Put a floating object on the key. Miami 75, Boston 71.
9th-27th foot 3 points, 2 seconds left from the three-pointer. Miami 80, Boston 76.
No. 10-16-foot pull-up jumper, behind the foul line. Miami 82, Boston 78.
From the top of the arc, number 11 – 27 feet, number 3. Miami 89, Boston 85.
No. 12-Excellent reverse layup. Miami 91, Boston 85.
No. 13-A 29-foot three-pointer from the left wing, the guard of All-League guard Marcus Smart (Marcus Smart), the three-pointer shooting rate is three seconds. Miami 98, Boston 90.
No. 14-Make a layup with one second left. Miami 107, Boston 98.
Heat All-Star Jimmy Butler said: “There are not many people who have the opportunity to achieve such outstanding results in the playoffs and enter such a game.” “But for him, this is another day in the office. I think this makes all of us smile. We are all happy for him because he knows his abilities and he is confident. He has been doing it all year. So for him, there is no pressure. He will continue to do it. The right way to play basketball.”