Even in retirement, Shaquille O’Neal is finding ways to dunk on NBA players.

On Tuesday, it was Chris Bosh getting posterized.

O’Neal, appearing on NBA TV as an analyst for the first time during the unveiling of the schedule for the 2011-2012 season, referred to the Miami Heat as the “Big 2″ and not the “Big 3.”

The All-Star center-turned-broadcaster then clarified his remarks to be clear as to just who he meant when he said the Heat were a two-headed monster.

“Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, you know, they’re great players, they’re probably the greatest backcourt ever assembled,” O’Neal said. “And you know, they’re going to get back. They’re going to get back. They play well, they went through a lot, they put a lot of pressure on themselves. That’s how they like it. And they will be back.”

It is not the first time the former MVP has dissed Bosh. O’Neal once famously called the Heat forward “RuPaul” during Bosh’s days in Toronto in reference to his long dreadlocks and perceived soft play.