Tyler Herro expected to be back for Miami Heat Game 7; Marcus Smart, Robert Williams will start at Boston Celtics

MIAMI — The Miami Heat Say guard Tyler Herro We will be warming up in preparation for Game 7 of Eastern Conference finals against The Boston Celtics Sunday night

They also stated that the same applies for the other players on their injury reportKyle Lowry And Max StrusIt is possible to have lingering hamstring strains.

Herro has been out for over a week after suffering a left-groin strain in Game 3 of the Miami Open on May 21. Herro spent some time getting shots up before trying to keep loose for the biggest game in Miami's season.

Erik Spoelstra, Heat coach said that it was all hands on deck during his pregame accessibility. He passed the testing with the trainers. He has been working very hard the past few days. He's shown significant improvement each day. He was able do shootaround this morning. But, he was also able do things in the training area and pass those tests.

Herro averages 12.3 points, 3.0 rebounds, and three assists in this series' three games.

Defensive player of year for the Celtics Marcus Smart The center Robert Williams III Coach Ime Udoka stated that they will both begin without any time restrictions after being initially listed as questionable for series finale.

Smart is currently dealing with an ankle strain, while Williams continues to feel pain in his knees after undergoing surgery.

This report was compiled by the Associated Press.

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