Ekpe Udoh – NBA Milwaukee Bucks
With a 7’4 1⁄2” wingspan, he was the Big 12 Conference‘s leading shot blocker during the 2009–2010 basketball season. He led the conference in his only season at Baylor, after transferring from Michigan where, as a freshman, he led the Big Ten Conference statistical championships in blocked shots with a 2.67 conference game average and a 2.88 all game average. He led the team to the Conference statistical championship with a 4.28 team average in conference games.
In the 2010 NBA Draft, Udoh was the 6th overall pick by the Golden State Warriors. Because of a wrist injury, Udoh did not play in a NBA game until December 11, 2010 when he made his debut against Miami Heat in the final 3 minutes of the game, scoring 2 points. On March 13, 2012, Udoh, along with Monta Ellis and Kwame Brown, was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Andrew Bogut and Stephen Jackson.
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