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Super Herro! Tyler Herro makes playoff history


Tyler Herro has been Miami Heat’s revelation in the playoffs, and he proved it once again by scoring career-high 37 points to help Miami take the victory against Boston Celtics, 112-109, to gain 3-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals.

The 20-year old Herro just made history with his 37-point performance, as he tallied the most points in a playoff game before turning 21 — right only next to Los Angeles Lakers icon Magic Johnson who registered 42.

Not only that, Herro was also the youngest player to score 30+ points in a playoff game off the bench.

Looks like Herro is being groomed by Miami as their rising star, as he also surpassed Heat legend Dwyane Wade for rookie points in a playoff game.