While Briscoe had hoped for more team success than Charlotte experienced in its 10-20 season, first-year 49ers coach Alan Major was pleased with his point guard's sophomore campaign."I'd say he had a really good year," Major said. "He's in a tough position. Our guard play in terms of ball-handling and guys we had to rely on to take care of the ball, make plays and get things going in the offense, we really had two guys to do that. Just with our limited numbers, it really puts almost an unfair kind of pressure to ask a guy to handle the ball, take care of the ball and take great shots, defend at a high level and play 35-plus minutes a game. With that, and it being his first year on the floor with us, he had his ups and downs, like some other guys did. But … for what we asked him to do, I thought he had a very good season."