Big things are and have happened in Miami Heat history & this Thursday, Bosh took to social media to share one of the biggest plays of his era. Needless to say, Heat fans are eating up every second of it.\nThe year was 2013 and the Heat was facing the San Antonio Spurs in their third consecutive NBA Final. The previous year, Bosh and company had won the coveted Larry O'Brien Trophy after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder.\nThis specific play that Bosh shared, as you can hear from the narration, sealed the deal for the Heat in game 6 and guaranteed an eventual game 7 in the series against the Spurs.\nThis play, which is seldom spoken of, came after what may be the most important plays in Heat history.\nView this post on Instagram Keep working hard, push yourself when you have nothing left, because moments like this can happen🙏🏿. One of my favorite basketball moments of this decade 🙌🏿👏🏿. Feels like it was just yesterday‼️No better feeling than seeing all your hard work pay off in big moments. @miamiheat fans ya’ll are my family🔥 #TBT A post shared by Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) on Dec 5, 2019 at 7:56am PST\nAt the end of game 6, the game and the NBA title itself, seemed to be shifting San Antonio's way.\nView this post on Instagram “Rebound Bosh... Back out to Allen... His 3-pointer...” Welcome back @trayfour! A post shared by Miami HEAT (@miamiheat) on Oct 23, 2019 at 5:32pm PDT\nThat is until Chris Bosh provided a crucial rebound off of a LeBron James missed three-pointer. Bosh then dished the ball out to Ray Allen and the rest, as they say, is history.\nThis play is exactly what this particular Heat fan is referring to when he replied to Bosh's tweet regarding the play.\nRebound Bosh! BANG!— David ⚽️ (@davidr51892) December 5, 2019\nYou got the most important rebound, assist and block in the Heat history just in one game! Game 6!— Alan R. Felipe Dilone (@ARFelipe) December 5, 2019\nThis fan makes a great point. Were it not for Chris Bosh's rebound, Ray Allen would have never had the opportunity to make that game-winning shot. And were it not for Chris Bosh's block on Danny Green, The Spurs could have potentially tied the game and then who knows what would have happened?\nThis is only further proof of how much of a crucial piece to the puzzle Chris Bosh was during the Miami Heat's best era in franchise history.