Speaking to the media, Erik Spoelstra said that Tyler Herro “looks 100 percent” with three practices now under his belt. Herro missed 15 straight games with right ankle soreness before playing briefly in Miami’s loss to the Charlotte Hornets March 11 — the night the NBA suspended its season.
Erik Spoelstra said Tyler Herro "looks 100 percent, for sure." He said he has moved great in first few practices.— Anthony Chiang (@Anthony_Chiang) July 12, 2020
Spoelstra also said that Meyers Leonard has looked good in workouts. Like Herro, Leonard suffered an ankle injury prior to the NBA suspension.
And center Kyle Alexander, who is on a two-way contract with the Heat, had a knee injury before the league went on pause. But those maladies are also a thing of the past, according to Spoelstra. The Heat coach said that Alexander is “going full go.”
Erik Spoelstra, on Kyle Alexander (knee), "He's going full go. . . . So we're really encouraged where he is right now."— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) July 12, 2020