The hiring of Kevin McHale by the Houston Rockets should be a match made in heaven. Although Hakeem Olajuwon is often seen as the big man with the most dizzying display of post moves, McHale did in fact have the most post moves to pulverize his opponent with.
Bill Simmons described McHale's post moves best in his Book of Basketball, a great portion of the book devoted to one of the forgotten greats in NBA History.
Luis Scola is a gritty big man, who has great footwork and a soft touch on his jumper as well. Learning even three or four of McHale's 12-post moves (as stated in Simmons Book of Basketball) could help him to annihilate his opponents in the post.
Not to mention that he has one of the best kick out options in the game, with Kevin Martin being capable of raining down three-pointers from anywhere beyond the line.
Scola will also benefit from McHale by learning the nuances of the defensive side of the ball as well, since McHale was able to defend just about any of the legendary bigs you could throw at him during the era in which he played.
The Rockets' combination of youth and talent, coupled with McHale's priceless wisdom, will push them into the playoffs. Even in a deep Western Conference, they will be able to snag the seventh or eighth seed and will likely enter the playoffs as a dark horse candidate.