I like Dunlap. I appreciate the role he has been brought in to fulfil ... develop our young players.
However while the work on the individual aspects of their game looks to be working very well as does the mental management of them as players, part of the development of a player/roster is learning how to play an effective NBA offensive system and an effective NBA defensive system. And that is where he is lacking as a coach (leaving the rotations out of the equation as that's a bit off topic).
I do realise that there is more than a slight chicken and egg element, that until you have players who are good enough to operate within a system without making regular errors (when to help on D etc.) then it doesn't matter how good the system is ... but I can't help the feeling that he is lacking in this regard.
I am sure that he will have a good hard look at every game we've played during the off-season and will learn a lot of lessons. I just hope to see this reflected/implemented on the court with an effective game plan, that is flexible enough to adapt to what's happening (variations on defending the pick and roll based on the opposition for example) rather than seemingly just accepting of it.