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Jack Harlow releasing new rap immortalizing Heat’s Tyler Herro

Tyler Herro, Jack Harlow, Heat, NBA

Hip hop artist Jack Harlow will release a new rap song dedicated to Miami Heat rising star Tyler Herro.

Harlow informed everyone that he’ll be releasing a new single entitled “Tyler Herro.” His post included photos of him posing with the Heat stalwart.

Herro’s performance in the bubble, especially in the postseason, raised the eyebrows of basketball fans all over the world. Despite being a 20-year-old rookie, Herro showcased absolute composure and confidence against the grown men of the NBA. It certainly helped that his teammates, especially Jimmy Butler, instilled that confidence in him.

In the regular season, Herro averaged 13.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.2 assists across 27.4 minutes per game. He made 2.1 3-pointers per game on 38.9 percent. In the playoffs, he averaged 16.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 3.7 assists across 33.6 minutes. He converted 2.3 3-pointers per game on 37.5 percent.

In the Heat’s win in Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Herro made a difficult layup over Rajon Rondo of the Los Angeles Lakers. The basket essentially sealed the win for the Heat. And Herro unveiled the now-famous snarl, which broke the internet.

Herro admitted that the snarl just came out of nowhere—a spur of the moment reaction.

“The snarl? I kind of just did it,” Herro said. “I’ve never really made that face before, like ever in my really entire life. Kind of just happened in the midst of things, in the moment. Just how it is when you’re a competitor.”

Since the snarl can now be considered Herro’s signature taunt, will Harlow at least mention it in his new single?