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Ekpe Udoh

Is he a bust, I mean he was the 6th (or whatever) draftpick of the 2010 Draft and didn´ t a lot of influence on his teams. So do you think he is still able to become the player the warriors hoped to get as they drafted him or do you see him becoming something like Kwame Brown (who is even more a bust, but I ment a solid definsiv player with no offense)?


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* didn´t have a lot of ..

* didn´t have a lot of ..

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I hate his situation, it will

I hate his situation, it will be hard to get PT with Larry Saunders, John Henson, Drew Gooden, and Ersan Ilyasova at PF. He has been good in spurt but without a consistent role we won't hear much form him. The pick should have been Greg Monroe.

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Ekpe Udoh

Ekpe Udoh is plain unlucky. I don't think the dude has been given a fair chance. Bigs always need more time and I honestly think he can be a DeAndre Jordan type of player. Would love to see him go to a team with good coach that embraces his defensive ability and accept his offensive limitations. If only Spurs would be able to trade for him...

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Stop the presses. You mean a

Stop the presses. You mean a raw athletic big man with zero basketball skills who was picked an entire round too early turned out to suck? THAT NEVER HAPPENS!

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very functional

I saw him play against the Celtics last Friday night and he looked surpisingly functional to me....not worthy of a #6 but as a ten year pro in the right situation

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He's actually getting good

He's actually getting good minutes for Milwaukee in these first two games, only problem is, he's pulled down 3 rebounds in 47 total minutes.

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ya his rebounding numbers

ya his rebounding numbers have been pretty abysmal in past years as well. However, I'm pretty sure he led the league in plus/minus in the past two years or 2 out of the past 3 years. Don't quote me on that, but im pretty certain I saw that somewhere and found it quite absurd. Obviously that has to be taken with a grain of salt, but still somewhat impressive nontheless.

From what I've seen, he appears to be a solid positional defender who knows what he is doing. Offensively he is pretty horrible but he isn't completely lost. I still see a useful player, he just needs more minutes.

That was a pretty confusing pick for the warriors with monroe still on the board. I remember right after the draft a lot of people were questioning it

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Thank you

Thank you Golden State for drafting Ekpe Udoh and giving us Greg Monroe,

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Joe Dumars, Detroit Pistons

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Udoh has led his team in +/-

Udoh has led his team in +/- every year of his career go pound sand OP

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He is a pretty good defender

He is a pretty good defender and shot blocker. He will never be a big time scorer.

If GS had taken Monroe, the Pistons were looking at Ed Davis or Aminu which meant Udoh prob would have fallen out of the top 10. The next PF taken was Toronto at 13.

If he was taken 10-13 expectations would be about right but taken at no 6, bigger things were expected out of him....

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Yes, when your drafted ahead

Yes, when your drafted ahead of future stars Greg Monroe and Paul George and haven't been able to get more than 20 minutes a game

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I hate his situation, it will

I hate his situation, it will be hard to get PT with Larry Saunders, John Henson, Drew Gooden, and Ersan Ilyasova at PF. He has been good in spurt but without a consistent role we won't hear much form him. The pick should have been Greg Monroe.

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