PRO BASKETBALL

Atlanta Hawks -- Signed G Ray Williams, eight-year veteran waived earlier in week by Los Angeles Clippers. Los Angeles Lakers -- Announced G Magic Johnson is suffering from shingles and is expected to be sidelined a week. PRO FOOTBALL

Cleveland Browns -- Placed rookie RB Greg Allen from Florida State on injured reserve, arthroscopy on right knee; signed rookie free agent WR Herman Fontenot. Detroit Lions -- Placed LB Mike Cofer on injured reserve; signed free agent LB Vernon Maxwell, a starter with the Colts in 1983-84 released by San Diego Chargers in August. Los Angeles Raiders -- Activated 14-year veteran WR Cliff Branch (pulled hamstring) from injured reserve; waived QB Mike Moroski, signed as a free agent two days earlier. Miami Dolphins -- Activated WR Tommy Vigorito (torn hamstring), former Virginia Cavalier, from injured reserve. His last regular season game was the 1983 opener. New Orleans Saints -- Activated C Steve Korte (knee injury) from injured reserve; waived OL David Carter. St. Louis Cardinals -- RB Ottis Anderson (two dislocated toes) is questionable for Sunday's game with Houston. BOXING

Marvelous Marvin Hagler was given a clean bill of health from his doctor and will be able to defend his undisputed middleweight title Nov. 14 against John (The Beast) Mugabi in Las Vegas as planned, promoter Bob Arum announced. Hagler, who had suffered a slight muscle strain in his lower back 10 days ago while training, showed significant improvement at the examination at his hometown of Brockton, Mass. AUTO RACING

Road America, a racing circuit in Elkhart Lake, Wis., turned down a Sept. 21 date and will not be on the 1986 CART Indy-car schedule. Road America has had a CART race the past three seasons. COLLEGES

Cross country -- Ron Harris was individual champion the third straight year, running the five-mile course in 24:52.9, and led eighth-ranked Navy to a 21-36 victory at Army. It was the 12th straight year Navy has beaten Army. Navy is 11-0 for the most cross country wins in a season ever for the school. Army is 5-3.