After 3 years in college, Udoh hasn't really developed or improved his offensive skills. Last year, he wasn't even on the NBA radar. His lack of offense may work out for the Warriors though. He's a guy that isn't going to demand the ball while he rebounds and block shots which is exactly what this team needs. His lack of offense may make him a center in the league, much like Adonal Foyle or Ben Wallace and those aren't exactly bad things. Not great, but not bad in any way. This team has enough offensive-minded players with Lee, Curry, Ellis and Williams so Udoh does fill a need, but I still feel 6 was a reach in the draft. Being a rookie and injured, I don't expect him to see significant time on the court until towards the end of the season when they're out of the playoff picture. 4 points, 5 rebounds and 2 blocks in about 18 minutes of play is what I foresee. In 2 years...12 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks will be his peak. I'd take that any time and twice on Sundays.