Tyler Herro is one of the great promises in the NBA. Although he has yet to establish himself as a star in the league, his performances
Tyler Herro is one of the great promises in the NBA. Although he has yet to establish himself as a star in the league, his performances this season as Sixth Man in Miami Heat and the memory of his version in the Orlando ‘bubble’ in the 2019/20 season project one of the best futures in the North American basketball competition.
Although he still has his rookie contract in force (until June 2023), Herro is eligible to sign his first extension as soon as the transfer market opens on July 1. Following up on Fischer’s information, several of the NBA’s own executives and agents are predicting a maximum contract.
Specifically, there is talk that Tyler Herro could negotiate an agreement with the Heat that was around five seasons in exchange for 184 million dollars. That is, around 36.8 million dollars per season.
Few doubts about the enormous talent that the young Miami Heat player possesses, but the truth is that a salary per year that touches 40 million dollars sounds like nonsense considering what Tyler Herro has achieved to date. This season is the best of his short career and he is averaging 20.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game.
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