Report: '75 percent chance' The Miami Heat Trade Tyler Herro

After being swept in the first round of this year's playoffs, it appears the Miami Heat are open to revamping their roster. At the center of these rumors is second-year guard Tyler Herro. According to 5reasonsports' Ethan J. Skolnick, "there is a 75 percent chance or better that he is traded this offseason."

The 21-year-old struggled during the Heat's first-round exit at the hands of the Bucks. Herro averaged 9.3 points on a lackluster 31.6% shooting from both the field and the three-point line. The dissipation in production from last year likely plays a large role as to why Herro is on the trading block. Skolnick goes on to say that, according to several league sources, the 75% chance of him getting traded is generous.

Herro looked like a wunderkind in the 'bubble' playoffs last year. He averaged 16.0 points on an efficient 43% from the field and 38% from beyond the arc. Moreover, he had a 37-point barrage against the Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Unfortunately, this season has been fraught with injuries and inconsistent shooting for the former Kentucky Wildcat. He was once again outplayed by fellow second-year guard Kendrick Nunn, as well as inundated with rumors that the Heat organization has been concerned about his celebrity status.

Despite Skolnick's reports, Heat president Pat Riley said that Herro is a "core player." These contradicting remarks should make for a very interesting offseason in Miami.

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