Baron's play at the end of quarters and ball games have contributed mightily to our losses this year. As bad as Dunleavy's play calls maybe, it is hard to imagine that he is drawing up plays for Baron to dribble out the clock in order to force a 20 foot fadeaway with two defenders in his face. After almost 20 games, we can probably say that Baron's return to Los Angeles has been more disastrous than Andre Miller's tenure so far. Should the franchise send a drastic message and risk alienating its most high profile free agent signing ever? Is the team bigger than Baron Davis? Or is Baron the face of the franchise now, for better or worse?