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Heat 112-109 Celtics. The Heat lead 3-1.
Everyone knows that the Heat are playing egalitarianism. What is egalitarianism? There is no boss, no leader, everyone can break out, as long as you play well today, the big guy will embrace you as the big brother.
A few days ago Dragic and Butler teamed up to break out, carrying the Heat 8 wins and 1 loss all the way to the Eastern Conference finals, the whole process is high-powered, catching who will kill who.
Today, the Heat ushered in a young eldest brother-Tyler Shiro.
20 years old, white, is 96 meters tall, has a wingspan of 91 meters, first-year student, shooting guard, No. 13 pick.
From this information, we can analyze a lot.
Young white players have always been ignored in the league. At first, when the New York Knicks selected Porzingis, Gua Ge said: The team should not choose white people who need to be trained, but should choose a guy who can play when they come. . Well, this is because of dissatisfaction that the team chose a white big man.
Hiero is slightly different from Boshen. The height of 2 meters 21 and the wingspan of 2.29 meters destined that the lower limit of Boshen will not be too low. Look at Hiero, who is 1.96 meters tall and 1.91 meters. , The wingspan is 5 cm shorter than the height, so a player with such a poor proportion may not find a second player in the league.
Hiero与Boshen略有不同。 2米21的高度和2.29米的翼展注定博神的下限不会太低。看一下Hiero，他的身高是1.96米，身高是1.91米。 ，翼展比身高短5厘米，因此比例如此差的球员可能找不到联盟中的第二个球员。
Griffin, who has always been criticized for being short-handed, is 2.06 meters tall and has a wingspan of 2.11 meters.
Throughout history, the perimeter players who have played well in the NBA have impressive arm spans, without exception.
And Shiro is proving that with a short arm span, he may not be able to become a super perimeter. There is no one in the past, and there may not be no one in the future.
Heat VS Celtics, G4.
There is a saying that everyone did not play well in this game. Crowder made 1 of 9 shots and Duncan Robinson made 0 of 5 shots. Gibba and Claws didn't make much progress in the first half.
On the other hand, Tatum suddenly scored 28 points in the second half. Jaylen Brown scored 21 points and 9 rebounds efficiently. The Green Army double-explored three consecutive three-pointers at the last moment, and the score was just one step away.
However, when the team needed a savior most, Shiro stepped forward.
At the end of the joint, he scored two fatal three-pointers in a row and opened the score completely.
In the whole game, he made 14 of 21 shots and scored 37 points, 15 of which came from the first half, helping the team to establish an advantage;
17 points came from the last quarter, telling Tatum opposite that we also have a super newcomer.
One game broke countless records.
Rookie year, scored in double figures in 13 consecutive playoff games, currently tied for third in history;
In a single season, the bench scored double matches, tied with Ginobili for the first place in history;
Rookie season, the conference finals scored 20+ consecutively, becoming the fifth man in history;
The youngest player in NBA history to score 30 points off the bench in the playoffs;
The youngest player to score 35+ in the playoffs, surpassing Magic;
Players under the age of 21 score the second highest in a single playoff game, second only to Magic;
The second player under the age of 20 who scored 16+ in a single quarter of the playoffs in history, comparable to Kobe.
Wade continuously tweeted with emotion: "It's really amazing. It's also a shooting guard with the 13th overall pick. Shiro may really be young and promising."
Even Perkins, who caught someone hacking someone, gave an unprecedented compliment: "Heiro played really well this time, keep on going!"
They say that the 13th pick shooting guard, Ronaldo in basketball, does not deceive me.
By the way, a big brother who is new to the Heat + a young and promising shooting guard, a similar plot was staged as early as 15 years ago.
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