Tyler Herro said before the season that one of his goals was to make an All-Star team. He will not be a starter in this year’s NBA All-Star Game, but he’s a fringe candidate to make the roster. Herro recently admitted that he believes he’s an All-Star caliber player, per heatnation.com’s David Akerman.

“No disappointment,” Herro responded when asked if he’d be disappointed if he wasn’t selected for the All-Star team. “I feel I like I’m an All-Star-caliber player. But there are a lot of good guards in the East. Got a lot of good players. I’m still young, still learning. I’ll be an All-Star at some point. So I’m not worried.”

Tyler Herro won the 6th Man of the Year Award during the 2021-2022 campaign. But he increased his expectations this year. He’s currently averaging over 20 points per game on 44 percent field goal and 37 percent three-point shooting. Herro is also posting 6 rebounds and 4 assists per game.

At just 23-years old, Herro is regarded as one of the better young players in all of basketball. And that narrative won’t change regardless of whether or not he makes the 2022-2023 NBA All-Star team.

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Herro’s contributions have been crucial for Miami. He’s stepped up amid Jimmy Butler’s various injury absences. The Heat wouldn’t be where they are right now without Tyler Herro.

The All-Star reserves will be revealed on Thursday. Even if Tyler Herro doesn’t make the team, he has enough talent to potentially compete in the three-point competition.

It will be intriguing to see if Herro gets the nod.