Tyler Herro had a rookie performance for the ages

He can't even legally drink yet
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"He can't even legally drink yet," Brendan Tobin said referring to Tyler Herro's 37 points in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals at 20 years old.

As Rachel Nichols pointed out in her interview with Herro after the game, Magic Johnson is the only other player who scored as many points as he did at that age.

Herro is also the first rookie to score 37 points off the bench in a playoff game since 1971, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.

Jeff Van Gundy said on the broadcast of Herro: "He's not a great young player, he's a great player."

Leroy Hoard asked Tobin if Herro is "off of his list." Leroy was referring to Tobin's often used piece to dangle into trade rumors for superstars such as Giannis Antetokounmpo and Bradley Beal.

"Untouchable," Tobin said of Herro. Tobin's all aboard keeping the 20-year-old in Miami.