Udoh Surgery on Wednesday to Repair Torn Ligament

Warriors rookie power forward Ekpe Udoh will have surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist.

It won’t be known officially how long he is out until after the surgery. But based on the type of surgery, 4 to 6 months is the ballpark, which has been reported. Rehab usually takes about three to four months after the surgery. But it all depends on how well the surgery went and how well the wrist heals.

The surgery will be performed in San Francisco by the same doctor who evaluated Udoh today. It was his second evaluation. He was also evaluated on Friday in Los Angeles. Udoh is expected to miss training camp.

Marcus Thompson

  • WarriorDragon

    Morrow is a project. GS will not match the K for a project. He is a good shooter. He is not an allstar quality player IMO.

  • J-Walk

    Arm Chair GM,

    I’ve already taken my meds and I’m perfectly calm. Again, you state things that aren’t true. Cousins was being considered by the Warriors because he was the best player available at that draft slot. If Turner was projected to be there at 6 with Cousins then we could very well have been more interested in Turner. Point being, we weren’t interested in Cousins because we were hell bent on moving Biedrins. Also, Biedrins contract is not horrible as you state. In fact his contract is quite reasonable when you consider what other starting centers make across the NBA. If Biedrins can return to the form he was at 2 years ago, and can get back to shooting free throws at 60+ percent, then he will be a bargain. Monta being a malcontent is old news. In fact Riley just said on KNBR recently that he has spoken to Monta and he is realy excited about the moves the team has made and is eager to get back to playing basketball. Monta may still have some issues with Nelson, but Nelson has only one year left. Maybe not even that much if the new owner takes over soon.

    Sorry if it sounded as if I was Mel Gibson-ing you. Wasn’t trying to.

  • J-Walk

    Yao Ming is a guy who missed all of last season due to injury. A guy who gets hurt every season. A guy who is an unrestricted free agent next year. A guy who’s size directly results in him having multiple injuries and who’s body isn’t going to hold up much longer. To all those who think it whould be wise for the Warriors to trade away core players to obtain him, ARE FRICKIN’ CRAZY.

  • DKnight007

    Azbuke, Randolph, Morrow and Turiaf GONE for an overpaid David Lee and some scrub Wright??


    “Genius” moves! hahahaha….yeah riiiiiight!


    How desperate are you Warrior fans to actually think these moves were good ones??

    Keep reaching….

  • ArmChair GM

    24 Hour Fitness slapped with discrimination suit…

    This can’t be good news for a man trying to purchase an NBA Franchise.

    Larry Ellison just moved one step closer to owning the Warriors.

  • Gunner


  • J-Wak

    Arm Chair GM,

    Mastrov doesn’t own 24 Hour Fitness anymore. He sold it to a New York investment firm in 2005 for 1.6 billion.. He now owns a company that has alternative gyms which includ UFC and Yoga Works. So the discrimination suite won’t effect him. Regardless I think Ellison gets the team.

    Once again, you state wrong information. I’m on your ass like stink on…

  • DKnight007

    Something David Lee will never raise as a Warrior! LOL


  • warriorbeil

    who the hell cares? Ellison will clean house…u really think Udoh will still be on the team? lol

  • ArmChair GM

    J Wack(I thought it was J Walk) but at any rate…

    You are correct about Mastrov. Incorrect about Biedrin’s talent and athletic benefit to the Warriors.

    You are entitled to your opinion about the state of the team. But based on your man crush on Biedrins, and utter lake of belief or creativity, let’s all be glad you aren’t the real GM of the team.

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