Tyler Herro made Miami Heat history Thursday night with another double-digit scoring effort in a win vs. the Boston Celtics.
The former Kentucky Wildcat scored 11 points in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, his 11th consecutive game reaching double figures in the NBA Playoffs.
That streak is a Miami Heat record, breaking Dwyane Wade’s Rookie record of 10 straight games, set in the 2004 NBA Playoffs.
Tyler Herro has made it 11 consecutive games scoring in double figures, breaking Dwyane Wade's Heat rookie record of 10 in a row, set in the 2004 playoffs.
— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) September 17, 2020