Chat wrap: NBA draftees

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 Adam Morrison
With the No. 3 pick, the Charlotte Bobcats selected Adam Morrison, and then he stopped by to chat.

Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, was live from New York City, the home of the 2006 NBA draft. Soon after the picks were made, the NBA's newest crop of stars stopped by to take your questions in chat. NBA expert Chris Sheridan also stopped by before the draft started to give his take on the best players available. Check out what he had to say.

A total of 16 players stopped by during the chat. Click on their name to see what they said.

Maurice Ager: I have to learn the ropes, continue to work hard.
Hilton Armstrong: I have to get stronger to bang on the block with (the NBA's big men).
Andrea Bargnani: I went to Toronto two weeks ago and it's a great city.
Ronnie Brewer: It's a dream come true.
Randy Foye: I'm looking to work on my shooting, my ballhandling.
Joel Freeland: My great upside is that I have a great competitive edge.
Rudy Gay: The competitor in me wanted me to go higher but I'm happy.
Adam Morrison: I feel like I can help with scoring right away.
Patrick O'Bryant: Even today I still had no idea where I was going.
Olexsiy Pecherov: I want to become a great player as soon as possible.
J.J. Redick: Playing for Coack K was great. He pushed me every day.
Thabo Sefolosha: It was a surprise to me, especially going to Philly (at No. 13).
Mouhamed Sene: I've always wished to be an NBA player.
Cedric Simmons: Chris Paul put it best when he said we're playing for two cities.
Marcus Williams: To know I'll be playing with two All-Stars is an unbelievable feeling.
Sheldon Williams: I think I have more on the offensive end than Antonio did in the NBA.


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