For seven minutes Tuesday, Ekpe Udoh was the guy the Warriors envisioned when they took him with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2010 draft. During a 12-point fourth-quarter run, he had two points, five rebounds and two blocked shots. He was the anchor of a defense that forced two shot-clock violations, drew a charge and deflected a ball to Klay Thompson for a steal. Udoh was a difference-maker and a glue guy.
Warriors' Ekpe Udoh searches for consistency
San Francisco Chronicle | Feb 2