Karvel Anderson gets another workout and scheduling notes

We already knew guard Karvel Anderson had a workout setup with the Houston Rockets but his work will not be done according to Stephen Gertz:

This is awesome news again for the Elkhart, Indiana native. As we said in our last post, it says a lot that teams want to bring him in for private workouts. Teams can only get so many private workouts before the draft so for Karvel to get another look says a lot about the possible interest of teams. The Pacers finished the year as the number one seed in the eastern conference and will have the 57 overall pick. Things are certainly starting to get… interesting.

In other news concerning the 2014 Colonials, check out this news from CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein:

Georgetown finished with a regular season record of 17-14 (8-10) and their season finished with a second round NIT loss to Florida State. That will be a nice early season test against a tough, talented, big time opponent. While the full schedule has not been released and certainly won’t be for a little longer, things are starting to take shape. We know Robert Morris will play 18 conference games. We also know it will host Lafayette, Delaware, Buffalo, Youngstown State, Oakland, and Duquesne in return games for trips this year. RMU will also travel to Toledo and Georgetown. RMU will likely add only five (give or take) more games to their schedule.

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–Chris Cappella
–@C_Cappella

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