Against the 4-13 Pistons, the Heat – one of the Conference’s top teams – were down by 12 late in the third quarter in Detroit.
However, at the final buzzer, the visitors outscored the hosts by 17 and youngster Tyler Herro was a huge part of the turnaround.
The 21-year-old was responsible for 17 of the team’s 33 points in the final quarter, erupting for 14 himself.
He finished with 31 points for the game on 12-of-21 shooting from the field and 4-of-8 shooting from beyond the arc in 33 minutes off the bench. This was his second game this season of scoring 30 or more off the bench, the most in franchise history.