I'll add a few thoughts:
I agree with B&G that sometimes it seems like KD has too much faith in his team. I suspect the motivation behind it is to foster confidence, so I'm not sure I'd want him to change that aspect of his coaching. One example this year that I might wish he could take back was his assertion that Kwan might have a future as a "specialist" in the NBA (Beacon article). It seems like things went south for Kwan right after that article was written, almost as if he felt subconsciously compelled to hone his future specialty at the expense of his overall game. Time is of the essence, but hopefully he can learn quickly from the Miami meltdown and finish strong.
Regarding Olojakpoke, put me in the pleasantly surprised group with regards to his development this year. Of course he remains very raw on offense, but at the beginning of the season it seemed to me as though he wanted absolutely no part of the ball, presumably for fear of making a mistake. Besides the alley oops, he's got himself in position for a few bunnies and his free throw shooting looks much better. He looks like someone who is more than willing to work on his game, and if you combine that with his raw physical skills and his apparently limited time playing the game who is to say what kind of player he might develop into over the next 3 years. He does a few things that nobody else on the roster can.