According to ESPN's rumors section:
"Pacers center Roy Hibbert will spend the offseason working on conditioning and improving his low-post game. Assistant coach Dan Burke will be the main person working on developing Hibbert, although another person may be brought in to help out.
Mike Wells of The Indianapolis Star reports the Pacers want to bring in a big man coach to work with their center during the summer and there's a chance that Boston's Hall of Fame forward/center Kevin McHale could work with Hibbert."
Here's hoping McHale can teach Big Roy how to stop picking up cheap fouls.