Q: Doesn’t Erik Spoelstra know that you can’t fit a square into a circle? The best thing about Tyler Herr was his unusual self-confidence. Putting him in a position where he starts to think too much, instead of playing with instinct or, worse, starting to question himself and losing great self-confidence, could take him from a path of greatness to a path of mediocrity. Also, taking away Herr’s mentality that scores the first result actually harms his game. Herro is the keeper of shots, not the point guard, and even if he accepts the role, it harms his game. Is Spoelstra so stubborn as to put a square in a circle to sacrifice a potentially great keeper for a mediocre spike? – Frank, Naples.