Vipers Announce 2014-15 Training Camp Roster

November 2, 2014 - NBA G League (G League) - Rio Grande Valley Vipers News Release

MCALLEN, Texas, November 2, 2014 - The NBA Development League Rio Grande Valley Vipers today announced their 2014-15 training camp roster. A total of 16 players will compete to earn a spot on the Vipers' regular season roster.

The Vipers will return three players from the 2013-14 season: Tony Bishop, Akeem Ellis and Gary Talton. Six players who were drafted on Nov. 1 will attend camp, along with Earl Clark and Brandon Provost, who the Vipers acquired by trade on draft night. Players invited to training camp include Akil Mitchell, Jaron Johnson, Raphiael Putney and Akeem Richmond.

The complete list of Rio Grande Valley 2014-15 training camp participants:

NAME POSITION HEIGHT WEIGHT COLLEGE

Chane Behanan F 6'6 250 Louisville

Tony Bishop F 6'7 220 Texas State

Tristan Carey G 6'4 185 Longwood

Earl Clark C 6'10 225 Lousville

Akeem Ellis F 6'6 210 Coppin State

Geron Johnson G 6'3 195 Memphis

Jaron Johnson G 6'4 200 Louisiana Tech

Akil Mitchell F 6'9 230 Virginia

Duke Mondy G 6'4 195 Oakland

Brandon Provost G 6'3 190 Texas-Pan American

Raphiael Putney C 6'9 185 UMass-Amherst

Akeem Richmond G 6'0 180 East Carolina

Gary Talton G 6'1 163 Illinois-Chicago

Jarvis Threatt G 6'2 165 Delaware

Tyrone White PF 6'7 185 CSU Bakersfield

Austin Witter PF 6'8 195 North Carolina A&T

The Rio Grande Valley Vipers will hit the hardwood for the first time Nov. 10 when they host the NLBP's Fuerza Regia in an exhibition game at State Farm Arena. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. (CT). The 2014-15 regular season begins Nov. 14 and 15 when the Vipers host the Austin Spurs at home. For more information about the RGV Vipers 2014-15 season or to purchase season tickets, contact the Vipers at 956-972-1144.

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