I hope not since our team is starting to finally gel and get it. Everyone is getting healthy and the team is performing to their capabilities as Dunleavy said once they are healthy. I won't be surprised if Griffin comes back that there'll be a momentary lapse or mediocrity play since the chemistry will be a bit disrupted and Griffin being able to find his niche, but that is no reason to immediately conclude that "look, Griffin is back and Clips are losing, we should fire him now!"
Those who CONTINUE to call for his firing are living in the Clippers 90s mentality where there is always a revolving door of coaches and not surprisingly, a string of losing years for the Clips. Any team needs consistency and as much as you hate Dunleavy, he has been the most successful coach of this franchise, and no matter what happens this year, I vote for keeping him through the rest of the season and reevaluate once in the offseason.