It was pretty much a lost season for the coach’s son. He played in only four games because of an ankle injury, the flu, mononucleosis, strep throat and a tonsillectomy, and he never fully regained his stamina. The 53 minutes he did play early in the season were inconclusive since he only attempted three shots while handing out seven assists. However, assuming he is healthy next season, he should help a great deal as a pass-first point guard, giving Bohannon a breather and occasionally playing alongside him in the backcourt. McCaffery may not ever be a double figures scorer but he looks like an exceptional facilitator who could elevate the performance level of the players around him.