Atlanta Hawks -- Signed C Jon Koncak of SMU, team's first-round draft pick, to a four-year contract; reported worth: $2.5 million. Cleveland Cavaliers -- Announced F Lonnie Shelton will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee today; he injured it Saturday during practice. Indiana Pacers -- Said top draft pick F Wayman Tisdale left town after verbal agreement to terms fell through. Milwaukee Bucks -- Signed G Bryan Warrick, a former Washington Bullet. New Jersey Nets -- Waived sixth-round draft pick G George Almones and free agent G Butch Graves. New York Knicks -- Signed free-agent C Bill Cartwright, who sat out last season with a foot injury, to a multiyear contract. BASEBALL
American League -- Named Oakland A's rookie OF Jose Canseco, who last week batted .481 with three home runs, seven RBI and eight runs, as player of the week. National League -- Named LHP Tom Browning of Cincinnati, who has won 11 consecutive games and became first rookie in 31 years to win 20 games, player of the week. PRO FOOTBALL
Indianapolis Colts -- Activated CB Leonard Coleman; waived DB George Radachowsky. New York Giants -- Placed S Bill Currier on injured reserve. COLLEGES
Iowa State -- Quarterback Alex Espinoza was issued a 30-day suspended jail sentence, ordered to serve 80 hours of community service and pay $100 for his guilty plea to two assault charges in separate campus fights. Story County Judge Thomas Hronek also ordered Espinoza, 21, to serve one-year probation and to seek substance abuse evaluation. Ohio State -- All-America TB Keith Byars had the cast taken off his broken right foot, but a school spokesman said it was doubtful Byars would play against Illinois Saturday. Former coach Woody Hayes is in satisfactory condition at University Hospital after suffering what his doctors term as congestive heart failure. Southern Illinois -- Announced Randy Hoffman, associate athletic director at Maryland, is one of five finalists for the job of athletic director. CORRECTION
Monday's Stat of the Day -- Omitted the 1985 opener, Dallas 44-14, as the Redskins' worst loss under Joe Gibbs before Sunday's 45-10 loss at Chicago.