For the Record

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October 22, 2002

Moves

Basketball

BULLS: Waived G Doug Overton and G David Graves.

CELTICS: Waived F Frantz Pierre-Louis.

CLIPPERS: Waived C Jason Lawson.

KNICKS: Suspended G-F Latrell Sprewell one game for not adhering to rehabilitation program. Waived C Todd Lindeman.

MAGIC: Waived F Jermaine Walker.

WARRIORS: Signed G Phil Handy.

WNBA: Announced that Orlando Miracle will move next season; San Antonio is among possible destinations.

College

DUKE: Announced that WR Reggie Love, team leader in receptions, is out for rest of season with knee injury.

FRESNO STATE: Announced that basketball G Ashley Knowlton will miss season after tearing ligaments in left knee during practice.

JOHNS HOPKINS: Centennial Conference named F Chad Tarabolous men's soccer Player of the Week.

MARYLAND: ACC named TB Chris Downs football Offensive Back of the Week and T C.J. Brooks Offensive Lineman of the Week.

UMBC: NEC named M Katie Cutchall field hockey Player of the Week.

TOWSON: Patriot League named LB Neal Regan football Defensive Player of the Week.

TEXAS-EL PASO: Announced resignation of men's basketball coach Jason Rabedeaux.

Football

NFL: Fined Titans CB Samari Rolle $7,500 for helmet-to-helmet hit that gave Jaguars QB Mark Brunell concussion Oct. 13.

BROWNS: Released DT Mark Smith.

DOLPHINS: Signed WR Cris Carter to one-year contract.

EAGLES: Waived LB Quinton Caver. Claimed LB Keith Adams off waivers from Cowboys.

GIANTS: Signed S Johnnie Harris. Waived S Ryan Clark.

RAIDERS: Placed RB Terry Kirby on IR. Signed RB Madre Hill from practice squad.

Hockey

NHL: Suspended Florida D Lance Ward for one game, without pay, for elbowing Blue Jackets F Tyler Wright in a game Saturday. ... Named Penguins C Mario Lemieux Player of the Week.

Women

WOMEN'S SPORTS FOUNDATION: Named Olympic figure skating gold medalist Sarah Hughes and pro basketball player Sue Bird its Sportswomen of the Year.

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