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|Conference||NCAA Division I|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Weight||185 lb (84 kg)|
|Born||March 2, 1964
Carlos Briggs (born March 2, 1964 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a retired, American professional basketball player, given a moniker "the Red" because of the color of his hair, He spent his freshman (1982-1983) and sophomore (1983-1984) seasons at schoolcraft, Michigan Junior College. Briggs was a JUCO All-American in 1983-84 after netting 34.2 points an outing, the highest in the nation.
Briggs transferred to Baylor University (an NCAA Division I school) in 1984-85 and contributed 20.4 ppg and 3.5 apg for the Bears. He was kicked out of the team as a senior due to disciplinary reasons. Briggs was the fourth round draftee of the San Antonio Spurs in 1986 but never played in the NBA.
He played for the Rockford Lightning in the Continental Basketball Association in 1988-89 and had a brief stint with the Youngstown Pride in the World Basketball League in May, 1989. Briggs was no longer with the team when the Pride eventually captured the WBL crown over the Calgary 88's.
Carlos Briggs went to play for the most popular ballclub, Añejo Rum 65 in the Philippine Basketball Association from October to December, 1989, averaging an incredible 62.1 points in 24 games, leading his team to a second-place finish, he made quite a record of sorts in scoring in that conference, once hitting 89 points in a single game.
|Date||Opponent||Results (W-win, L-loss)||Total Points||Other Stats|
|November 16||San Miguel Beer||133-142 (L)||89 pts|
|November 30||San Miguel Beer||134-140 (L) Game 2 Finals||84 pts|
|October 15||Formula Shell||135-132 (W)||81 pts||5-of-11 3PT, 23-of-38 2PT, 20-of-24 FT|
|November 7||Purefoods||146-158 (L)||77 pts|
|November 21||Purefoods||135-134 (W)||75 pts|
|November 5||Presto Tivoli||144-143 OT (W)||71 pts|
|December 7||San Miguel Beer||138-134 (W) Game 3 Finals||71 pts|