Seven jerseys hang in the rafters at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Downtown Miami, Florida, the home of the Miami Heat.

For this piece, we take a look at the numbers which are forever etched in Heat history.

No. 1 Chris Bosh

In 384 games with the Heat, Chris Bosh averaged 18.0 points and 7.3 rebounds a night. The lefty made six All-Star teams as a member of Miami and won two NBA titles, one in 2012 and the other in 2013.

Unfortunately, Bosh had to end his NBA career prematurely due to blood clots. Miami retired Bosh’s number during the 2018-19 season.

No. 3 Dwyane Wade

The best player in Heat franchise history, Dwyane Wade averaged 22.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 5.6 assists in 948 games with Miami.

“Flash” captured three titles in South Beach and was named the 2006 Finals MVP after the Heat defeated the Dallas Mavericks in six games.

A 13-time All-Star, Wade will surely be inducted into the Hall of Fame one day.

No. 10 Tim Hardaway

A two-time All-Star with the Heat, Tim Hardaway put up 17.3 points, 7.8 assists and 1.5 steals in 367 games down in beautiful South Beach.

The Chicago native also made one All-NBA team while playing for the Heat.

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No. 13 Dan Marino

The Heat hung Dan Marino’s Miami Dolphins number, although technically the No. 13 is not officially retired by the organization.

No. 23 Michael Jordan

One of the more interesting Heat news over the past decade or so was when the team retired the No. 23 to honor Michael Jordan, who won six titles and six Finals MVP with the Chicago Bulls during the ’90s.

When LeBron James played for the Heat from 2010 to 2014, he was forced to wear No. 6 since No. 23 was retired.

No. 32 Shaquille O’Neal

“The Diesel” won one championship with the Heat in 2006. He finished his Miami career with averages of 19.6 points, 9.1 rebounds, and 1.9 blocks in 205 games.

Shaquille O’Neal also played in three All-Star Games as a member of the Heat.

No. 33 Alonzo Mourning

One of the greatest defenders of all time, Alonzo Mourning averaged 16.0 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.7 blocks in 593 games with the franchise.

He won one championship and two Defensive Player of the Year Awards.