The two NBA championships speak for themselves but there is more to those historic wins than just the trophies.
One moment from the 2013 Finals particularly stands out.
If I text you “👐🏿🏀👨🏿🦱➡️👨🏿🦲3️⃣🏀💥” it means rebound Bosh, back out to Allen, his three-pointer BANG!
— Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) July 13, 2022
Bosh reminded fans of those Finals on Twitter.
The retired player produced a series of emojis and remarked how they mean “rebound Bosh, back out to Allen, his three-pointer BANG!”
If you’re a fan of the Heat or just a close follower of the NBA, you know exactly what Bosh is talking about.
The shot that Bosh is referring to took place on June 18, 2013.
It was Game 6 of the Finals with the Heat squaring off against the San Antonio Spurs.
The series was 3-2 in favor of the Spurs when Game 6 started.
In the final few seconds of the game, with the Spurs up by three points, Bosh made his way into the paint to rebound the ball, then toss it out to Ray Allen who was waiting beyond the three-point line.
Allen put up the shot, sank it, and tied the game, which they would later go on to win.
The Heat then took home the victory – and the series – in Game 7, giving LeBron James and his crew their second Finals victory.
It would be the last time the team won the Finals: in a few years the team would be completely reworked with James in Cleveland and Bosh retired due to health reasons.
No fan will ever forget that incredible moment in Game 6 when Allen sank a shot heard around the world.