Miami guard Tyler Herro was hailed as a hero by fans as he took to the court to play in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, just two months after breaking his right hand. With the Heat facing elimination against the Denver Nuggets, Herro put aside any doubts and played through the pain to help his team in their quest for the championship.

Herro suffered the injury during a game in March and was ruled out for the rest of the regular season. However, the young guard worked diligently on his recovery, determined to make a comeback for the playoffs. Herro's hard work paid off when he was cleared to play in Game 5, despite the risk of further injury.

As soon as he took to the court, Herro demonstrated why he was such a highly touted player. The 21-year-old put on a spectacular performance, scoring crucial points in the fourth quarter to keep the Heat in the game. Herro finished with 14 points, four rebounds, and three assists in just 29 minutes of play.

In addition to his impressive on-court performance, Herro's mental strength and determination were also lauded by his teammates and coaches. Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra praised Herro for his toughness and his willingness to play