Kendrick Nunn is making a lot of headlines in the NBA for Miami Heat by his amazing performance. Tyler Herro, the first round pick of Miami Heat has also done great for the team in the Las Vegas Summer League 2019. But Nunn has done something which makes him more valuable for the Miami team.

The NBA higher-ups named Kendrick Nunn in 2019 NBA Summer League First Team. The announcement about Nunn’s selection was made on Monday, July 15. The player can’t stop sharing his excitement and even the Heat team is very happy for this. Here is why Nunn was named as a part of the big team and his future with Miami Heat in the upcoming NBA seasons.

Kendrick Nunn in the First Team

Kendrick Nunn played a total of six games in the NBA 2019 summer league and did an amazing job. He had an average of 5.2 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game. Along with that, Nunn had a shooting ratio of 50.5 percent from the field and 38.5 percent from the other side of the court.

Nunn started his NBA journey with the team of Golden State Warriors. In 2018, he was moved to the team of Santa Cruz Warriors as an affiliate deal. The Miami Heat got Kendrick on April 2019 in a trade deal. Since then, he is a part of the Miami team but his future was uncertain till now.

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Future with Miami Heat

Miami Heat Kendrick Nunn gets top spot in 2019 Summer League First Team

The future of Kendrick Nunn might be changed as he is now destined for bigger things in the NBA. As a part of the Summer League first team, he has proved his talent to everyone in the NBA. The team of Miami Heat will now be foolish to not give Nunn a permanent place in their team.

With the addition of Jimmy Butler, the Miami Heat team is looking for a solid duo. They would like to give Butler as much support they can to him and other teammates. Although it is still not officially announced, Kendrick Nunn will surely be a part of NBA 2019-20 roster for Miami Heat.

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