This is constructive, I am in no way singling out any coach...here goes.
At the higher levels of junior basketball coaching, be it at National, International, College or State level I often tend to see two sides. This relates to leadership, character and courage.
1. Many coaches will coach with a fear of losing, they sometimes lack within themselves that confidence in their own capability or question others opinions of their judgement and maybe their credibility to a point where they don't make a courageous proactive decision (or decisions) that may risk their reputation. The system is set up this way and it isn't necessarily the coaches fault. Unfair expectations and repercussions can be harsh and hard to deal with when ones future can be decided upon based on winning or losing over other accomplishments.
2. Some coaches will coach with the passion and drive to make the courageous calls and decisions based on faith & confidence in their players (and the way they have been prepared) according to situations and circumstances. No matter the result or opinion of others afterwards, they are confident in their own credibility and do not fear any subjective judgements based on results. They may be lucky enough to have the knowledge that no matter the result, what they are achieving is understood and accepted without being concerned of the consequence.
Just an observation, nothing more, not saying it has happened here either just saying that you are either positive and proactive of negative and reactive according to your mindset and circumstances.
Coaching is a tough job and these guys, like so many others, are doing the best they can. This isn't just about basketball, it is the same for all sports and at the higher levels it becomes more and more about what is going on above the shoulders!
They players are the ones who will know if a coach is confident in themselves and the ability of their players because that is a characteristic impossible to hide and they will likely feed off it accordingly...