If that's so then we luck out again. Dunleavy was and is a good coach, he's just too old school and the guys we have don't want to, and couldn't fit that system he wanted to play with.
If we had CP3 or Nash, someone who thrives off of the old school pick n rolls, or finding the big man in the paint, and Griffin, Brand and Kaman were all healthy all those years Dunleavy prob would have had more success.
Fact is, Dunleavy did look lost out there and seemed like he didn't care much about getting the guys fired up and coaching the games. I wanna see a red faced coach, I wanna see my coach run out onto the court yelling and fighting calls, I wanna see VEINS POPPING OUT IN HEADS AND NECKS BABY, give me some intensity.
When I watched Dunleavy I felt like I was watching golf or fishing on TV and I wanted to go to sleep. If he left his contract to be the GM, and as Joe said above, he won't win. If sterling wants to be nice and just say lets get this crap over with, pay him 10% of what he was owed which is what like 675,000$ and settle out of court. Dunleavy did do a few nice things here. Mostly bad, but if they don't feel 90% sure they can get away scott free, I'd just offer him up a little bit of cash and just say thanks for your time here, we'd like to end this peacefully, you'll always be a part of Clipper history and we wish you the best of luck. But your situation in this suit doesn't look good and we want to keep focusing on the positives of this team and get as much negativity away from the team as possible. You ( Dunleavy ) should know that best after being here during our success years, and our truly bad years.
Thats what Id do.