Tyler Johnson knows what he would do if somebody were about to drop 100 points on his team.

“You’re not getting 100 on me,” the Heat guard said. “I’m going to hard foul you. Once you start sniffing 80, I have to give you a hard one. I have to. And as a coach I’m definitely sending double, triple (teams). We’re not going to be that team for sure.”

The Knicks needed Johnson on the sidelines in Hershey, Pa., 55 years ago tonight when Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points, an NBA record that likely never will be broken. Chamberlain made 36-of-63 shots from the floor and 28-of-32 from the line.

And he chipped in with 25 rebounds in the Philadelphia Warriors’ 169-147 victory.

“It’s probably one of the greatest performances that I haven’t seen,” said 25-year-old Dion Waiters.

Several players were asked what they would have done to stop the 7-foot-1, 275-pound Chamberlain and the answers pretty much echoed Johnson’s.

“I got six fouls,” Waiters said. “I’m going to use up all my fouls before you score 100 on me. I might have to watch from the side. I’m not letting you score 100 points on me.”