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Saturday’s sports transactions |

Saturday’s sports transactions

The Associated Press
| Sunday, January 21, 2007 12:00 a.m


NBA — Suspended Golden State G Baron Davis for one game without pay for swinging at L.A. Clippers F Quinton Ross in a Jan. 17 game.

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS — Signed G Alvin Williams to a 10-day contract.

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES — Suspended G Ricky Davis for one game for leaving the bench and walking into the locker room during a Jan. 19 game.

NBA Development League

ALBUQUERQUE THUNDERBIRDS — Signed G Cedric Bozeman. Waived C Wesley Wilson.

ARKANSAS RIMROCKERS — Signed F Roger Powell. Waived F Jonathan Moore.

DAKOTA WIZARDS — Signed F Tremaine Fowlkes and G Curtis Stinson. Waived G Brandon Armstrong.

LOS ANGELES D-FENDERS — Signed G Andre Emmett. Announced C Robb Dryden left the team for personal reasons.


National Football League

CLEVELAND BROWNS — Named Rob Chudzinski offensive coordinator.


National Hockey League

EDMONTON OILERS — Assigned D Tom Gilbert to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the AHL.

LOS ANGELES KINGS — Traded G Ryan Munce to Tampa Bay for a 2008 fourth-round draft pick.

MINNESOTA WILD — Reassigned D Erik Reitz to Houston of the AHL.

NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Assigned D Andy Greene to Lowell of the AHL.

VANCOUVER CANUCKS — Assigned D Alexander Edler to Manitoba of the AHL.


VICTORIA SALMON KINGS — Added F Rich Meloche to the roster. Suspended D James DeMone.

Central Hockey League

ARIZONA SUNDOGS — Waived C Max Bull. Signed D Edwin Trebian.

AUSTIN ICE BATS — Traded RW Tim Earl to Wichita for future considerations.


LSU — Named Greg Studrawa offensive line coach.

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