Hall of Fame C Hakeem Olajuwon said he would love to work one-on-one with Knicks star F Kristaps Porzingis to teach him some of his ways.
Olajuwon, who works with his former team -- the Houston Rockets -- as an advisor, already believes Porzingis has the necessary skills to be a star, and that includes his post game.
"I think [he makes it] easy," Olajuwon told The Post's Marc Berman. "He's very skilled, very smart. The height he has the advantage in the post. The guy that got skill in the post game, he's already amazing. It gets much easier for him."
Olajuwon was present for the Knicks game against the Rockets Saturday night, but didn't get to witness Porzingis on the floor as he sat out with back stiffness. But he didn't need to see the 22-year-old to know he has improved his post game drastically this season.
"Everyong can always get stronger," Olajuwon said. "But he's fantastic, always plays with confidence, has a lot of moves, shooting 3s. I think the post gme is most important because of his length. He's so skilled he can do whatever he wants on the floor."
Porzingis' skillset includes a replica of Olajuwon's signature "Dream Shake," which he has displayed a few times. However, he knows he could never perfect the legend's move.
"I've tried the Dream Shake, but I wouldn't say I can do it like him," Porzingis said. "Not close."
The Knicks dropped the matchup to the Rockets, 117-102, and Porzingis will look to return to the Knicks before they face the Trail Blazers on Monday.