Pro Basketball

From Staff and Wire Reports

The Cleveland Cavaliers signed former New York Knick guard Gerald Wilkins to a multiyear contract. Wilkins, 29, whose rights had been renounced by the Knicks, averaged 14.9 points per game in seven years in New York, including 12.4 last season.

The Philadelphia 76ers signed first-round draft choice Clarence Weatherspoon and traded Jayson Williams to New Jersey.

The Golden State Warriors signed first-round draft pick Latrell Sprewell to a four-year contract. The Warriors also signed forward Jud Buechler, a restricted free agent, to a two-year deal.

The Sacramento Kings signed guard Vincent Askew, a four-year veteran who averaged 6.2 points per game last year with the Golden State Warriors.

The Phoenix Suns signed first-round draft pick Oliver Miller, squeezing the 6-foot-9 Arkansas center's $500,000 salary under their salary cap because Kevin Johnson was willing to restructure his contract.

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