Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo welcome the Fourth on the Floor, Brady Hawk, onto the program to talk about:
• Duncan Robinson's offense beyond shooting, has he improved and how much more do they need from him
• Duncan's defense, how often teams pick on him
• Does it matter if Duncan closes or not? How often will Tyler Herro be there?
•.Quick look-ahead to upcoming Brooklyn Nets matchup, hot takes included
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Tyler Herro is averaging 28.5 through the first two games of the Miami Heat season, which is a welcome development, but also raises some questions.
Has any contending team ever been led in scoring by a reserve?
Should the Heat tilt more toward Herro on offense going forward, even at the expense of Jimmy Butler in closing time?
What does it mean for Herro's future here?
Ethan Skolnick, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo address that and more.
The Miami Heat dropped to 1-1 on the season as they lost to the Indiana Pacers in overtime, even with Tyler Herro scoring 30 points.
Ethan Skolnick, Alex Toledo and Greg Sylvander break down the Herro rise, while assessing how the Heat should handle future Kyle Lowry absences. And what happened to Jimmy Butler throughout and Bam Adebayo after halftime?
Ethan Skolnick and Alexander Toledo are at FTX Arena, joined by Greg Sylvander, to talk about takeaways from the Heat's impressive statement game victory against the Milwaukee Bucks (137-95). We go over everything that went right for the Heat including the Tyler's continued improvement after shooting 10-18 with 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Jimmy and Bam's roles, the team defense, the team's shooting, Bam's aggression,
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The Miami Heat season begins this week, and we get you ready for tipoff by welcoming frequent guest Nekias Duncan of The Dunker Spot podcast and BasketballNews.com.
Nekias, Ethan Skolnick, Alex Toledo and Greg Sylvander break down the Heat's offense, defense, bench, upside and more.
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The Miami Heat start the 2021-2022 season on next Thursday, and this is sure to be one of the questions as it progresses:
How hard should the Heat, with some older players on the roster (Jimmy Butler, Kyle Lowry, PJ Tucker), push for a top seed?
And how will the team's start play into it?
Ethan and Greg discuss.
Eric Reid, the play-by-play voice of the Miami Heat, appears for a third straight preseason, to reveal what has his excited about this season -- from the impactful addition of Kyle Lowry to the possible return of Victor Oladipo.
The conversation with Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander also covers some Heat nostalgia, the difference in broadcasting this season compared to the last two, why the "Game is My Boss" ..... and the New York Jets.
With Ethan Skolnick and Brady Hawk working postgame coverage at the arena, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo jump on to talk about Bam's ascendence into scoring stardom happening before our eyes, Lowry's shooting prowess and impact on Bam's game. We also went over some changes to the team's defense and the young standouts who lead a remarkable comeback push to keep the Heat undefeated in preseason (4-0).
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For years, the midrange game has been out of vogue in the NBA.
But the NBA Finalists both used it effectively last postseason. Now Tyler Herro has been lethal in the preseason, and it's raising a question:
Could Miami go against the analytics, and exploit that area more this season.
Brady Hawk joins Ethan Skolnick and Alex Toledo to discuss.
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