He definitely doesn't come across as a good coach.
This level of a lack of control over your team and players is beyond unacceptable and that is a primary facet that your head coach is expected to uphold at the college level. There was zero accountability in this program.
Showing up when practice starts and leaving before guys shoot free throws is not indicative of a good coach.
Telling on Westbrook to a ref instead of standing up to him is one of the most bizarre, petty things I have ever read.
The player conduct in practice stuff, especially the stuff with Reeves Nelson, is just abhorrent. Purposely injurying a teammates' surgically repaired shoulder is about as low as it gets. But he got away with that and more because, as Howland said, "He's producing."