Why, oh why cannot I convey this point. Those of us who want Dunleavy out there with the starting unit do NOT want him because of HIS individual scoring ability.
It is because of how he plays in the offense. His teammates score more when he is in because of his constant and timely movements.
Example: DC has the ball up top. JMac is by the left side of the FT line. Mike Dunleavy at the elbow 3. Mike cuts to the paint infront of JMac. JMacs defender steps away to his right to cut off the slashing Dunleavy. Dunleavy's defender does not switch to JMac. JMac rolls to basket, DC lobs, JMac dunk.
That example is to show what I mean by Mike Dunleavy opening up opportunities for his teammates to score. Rush standing in usual corner like a statue creates nothing.