Another offseason, another summer of trade rumors. That had Tyler Herro offering a resigned smile Tuesday at a Miami Heat back-to-school event at Target at Dadeland Station. I mean, every summer, that’s just what it is,” Herro said after helping a group of youths fill their back-to-school carts.
With the Celtics and Warriors set for a rematch of the 2022 NBA Finals this season, we take a look back at the series recent history.
Not that I need to give all a reminder, but after earning the top-seed in the regular season, the Miami Heat fell just one darn shot game short of making the NBA Finals last season, losing to the Boston Celtics in seven games. The organization brought back some important pieces — namely Caleb Martin, who might start at the 4 this season, and Victor Oladipo, who finally has a fully healthy offseason to improve — while conversely losing one of its most important players in P.J. Tucker.