Giacoletti's diligence impresses Bogut
Flying to Melbourne for 20 hours in May. Racing to Athens for two games in three days in August.
That's not exactly the kind of travel one takes from cash-strapped Eastern Washington for one player -- who is already on the roster. But Ray Giacoletti isn't in Cheney, Wash., anymore. The demands and pressures in Salt Lake City are a bit more intense.
Because Rick Majerus recruited him, getting Andrew Bogut to commit for his sophomore season was Giacoletti's No. 1 ...
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