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Cody Zeller

Zeller is questionable for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday due to a sprained right foot, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports. Zeller was held scoreless across seven minutes of action in Game 1 and appears to have picked up a foot sprain during the contest. Though he plays an auxiliary role as Miami's backup center, his potential absence could open the door for Kevin Love to rejoin the rotation.

Tyler Herro

Herro (hand) is listed as out for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports. Though there had been rumors swirling that Herro could come back for Game 2, it appears the guard will be held out at least one more game as he continues to recover from a hand surgery that stemmed from an injury dating back to the first round of the playoffs. Though it's unlikely, the Heat could still upgrade Herro prior to tipoff, making his status something to monitor for managers leading up to Sunday's 8:00 ET start.

Caleb Martin

Martin (illness) is questionable for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports. Martin wasn't able to practice Saturday due to a non-COVID illness and has been handed a questionable tag ahead of Sunday's tilt. Though he is highly incentivized to play through the issue given Miami's 1-0 deficit, managers will likely have to check back in closer to tipoff to get an update on his status.

Caleb Martin

Martin missed Saturday’s practice due to a non-COVID illness. After falling flat in Game 1 and mustering up just three points over 25 minutes, Martin could not attend Saturday's practice and appears to be battling an illness. Though it's unclear if the illness played a role in his Game 1 struggles, it's likely he won't be feeling 100 percent for Sunday's Game 2 if he suits up. We'll get more information regarding Martin's status when the Heat release their official injury report.

Julius Randle

Randle has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle and is not expected to resume basketball activities later this summer, Steve Popper of Newsday reports. After spraining his left ankle in the Knicks' Round 1 series victory over the Cavaliers, the issue continued to linger for Randle throughout the remainder of their playoff run. The veteran big man opted to clean things out in his ankle, and thus will be limited in his offseason training until things ramp up towards the end of summer. He averaged a career-high 25.1 points per game this past season to go along with 10.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 0.6 steals, 0.3 blocks and 2.8 triples in 35.5 minutes per game.