Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade before playing the Charlotte Bobcats in Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals of the 2014 NBA Playoffs in Charlotte, North Carolina on April 28, 2014. Getty Images

NBA superstars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade took to Twitter Tuesday and acknowledged the many accomplishments former Miami Heat teammate Chris Bosh. The Heat reportedly waived Bosh Tuesday and the franchise announced his No. 1 jersey would be retired.

James, Wade and Bosh were part of the Heat team that appeared in the NBA Finals four times and won championships in 2012 and 2013. James and Wade continued their careers, but Bosh couldn't due to blood clot complications. The Heat franchise announced Tuesday that Bosh was no longer a Heat player and his jersey would be retired.

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In a show of solidarity, James retweeted the HEAT who had also paid homage to their former player. "#Salute my brother @chrisbosh!! #1Forever __ #StriveForGreatness _ ," he wrote.

#Salute my brother @chrisbosh!! #1Forever __#StriveForGreatness_ https://t.co/ocDhyLAQUZ

— LeBron James (@KingJames) July 4, 2017

Wade also retweeted the Heat’s official Twitter in solidarity. His tweet consisted of a few emojis.

________ https://t.co/z3iZcgYVS5

— DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 4, 2017

Bosh reacted with a few tweets of his own. One was a picture of his son enjoying the 4th of July holiday and the rest were tweets that thanked his former teammates, fans and the organization for his opportunity to play in Miami.

@KingJames @DwyaneWade @MikeMiller_13 Thank you brothers You sure know how to make a young fella feel special #Family #BiggerThanBasketball

— Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) July 5, 2017

Thank you @MiamiHEAT @MickyArison , Coach Riley, The Heat Staff inside and outside of the arena, #HeatNation Fans, and City of Miami!__ https://t.co/VksDtIR505

— Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) July 5, 2017

Bosh was named an NBA All-Star 11 times and won Olympic gold in 2008. He averaged 19.2 points and 8.5 rebounds per game during his NBA career. And as a Heat player, he appeared in 384 games over six seasons and averaged 18.0 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists. Bosh was named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week nine times and Player of the Month once throughout his career.

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As a Heat player, Bosh famously grabbed an offensive rebound with 6.3 seconds left in a June 18 playoffs game and assisted Ray Allen for his game-tying three-point shot, which forced overtime and led to a 2013 NBA title.

The team’s official Twitter handle tweeted out a statement by Heat president Pat Riley. The tweet, along with a picture of Bosh read: "The number "1" will never be worn by another player and we can't wait to someday hang his jersey in the rafters."

"The number “1” will never be worn by another player and we can't wait to someday hang his jersey in the rafters." - Riley #ThankYouChr1s pic.twitter.com/Vx7dsX2Xdr

— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) July 4, 2017

Riley released an official statement Tuesday regarding Bosh and what he meant to the Heat organization.

"Chris changed his life and basketball career when he came to Miami," said Riley. "And he changed our lives for the better, in a way we never would have imagined, when he joined the Miami HEAT. We will forever be indebted to CB for how he changed this team and led us to four trips to the NBA Finals and two NBA Championships. He is, without a doubt, one of the greatest players in the history of the franchise."

He continued, "The number "1" will never be worn by another player and we can't wait to someday hang his jersey in the rafters. Today, we are both moving on but we wish Chris, Adrienne and their family nothing but the best. They will forever be part of the Miami HEAT family."