Episode 28: Tyler Herro

Episode 28: Tyler Herro

The Old Man and the Three with JJ Redick and Tommy Alter - December 2, 2020 - 55:26

On this episode of the Old Man and the Three, JJ and Tommy welcome in Miami Heat sharpshooter Tyler Herro. Tyler tackles questions about his trash talking, his swagger and where it comes from, the experience of flipping from the hometown Badgers to the Kentucky Wildcats, the Heat's title run, and much more. (Maybe a budding rap career??) Plus, there's the TOP 5/Draft that centers around the city of Miami and features many familiar names and faces - and... some not so familiar. (We're looking at you Mr. Alter.)RUNDOWN ​​Tyler brings us up to speed on what he's been doing Discusses his new tattoo Talks about the differences between him and Duncan Robinson On his unique style of play and how quickly he picks up on new moves Who did he model his game after while growing up On being compared to other NBA players Where his swag comes from How the whole Heat team feeds off that type of attitude On the importance of leaning on Jimmy Butler throughout his rookie year Does he use the "chip on the shoulder" approach for motivation Where does he get his confidence from When he feels the Heat really started to trust him What was it about Kentucky that made him go there Does he carry any animosity after de-committing from Wisconsin to Kentucky On his high School mix tapes Breaks down how his shot has changed over the years When did he get into fashion Talks about his 'rapping' How did he connect with Jack Harlow What does year 2 look like for him

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New Orleans Pelicans Guard JJ Redick and his co-host Tommy Alter discuss the NBA, current events and interview some of the biggest names in the NBA, entertainment and political worlds. Launching from inside the NBA bubble, the show offers unprecedented access to the league while telling the stories of an eclectic rotating group of guests.