11x All-Star Chris Bosh had. a great tenure with the Heat, helping the franchise win two titles in four years alongside LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
It was quite a memorable time for the organization, as it brought fame and notoriety as they had never known before.
Bosh, who was tasked to play third-fiddle, played his role to perfection and quickly won over the hearts of Heat fans around the globe.
And while his career is over now, he is set to be immortalized forever as a Hall of Famer.
Looking back on his time in Miami, he sent the following heartfelt message ahead of his enshrinement:
Big shots. Big blocks. Big wins. We hung banners and took home titles for the city of Miami. In the process, I made brothers for life.
Obviously, Bosh did not spend his entire career with the Heat. In fact, many of his best individual seasons came with the Raptors early on in his NBA journey.
But when he eventually did sign with Miami in 2010, he became a core member of the organization -- which not only led to great success on the court but great, lifelong relationships off of it as well.
“It’s that when you are younger, you don’t know all the way, you get wiser for a reason and then we were having so much fun. We were just caught up in the moment,” said Bosh.
Looking back, it's easy to appreciate what the Heat were able to accomplish.
During the height of their run, they were the villains of the league, and everybody was rooting for them to lose. But amid all the noise and pressure to perform, they stepped up and took care of business, eventually becoming one of basketball's All-Time greatest squads.
A lot of their success can be attributed to Bosh, and the important role he played back then.
No doubt, there are a lot of warm feelings from both sides about the whole experience and a whole lot of memories they will never forget.
Bosh, 37, played his final game during the 2015-16 season.