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Tyler Herro nets 37 as Heat hold off Celtics

Publication date 24 September 2020 | 20:43 | ICT

Rising star Tyler Herro scored a career high 37 points and Jimmy Butler chipped in 24 as the Miami Heat seized command of their Eastern Conference final series with a 112-109 win on Wednesday.



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