David Robinson, the No. 1 pick in this week's NBA draft, said yesterday that playing for the San Antonio Spurs "could be the right situation for me."

Speaking on ABC-TV's "Good Morning America," the 7-foot-1 Naval Academy graduate said he hopes to meet with team officials by the beginning of September.

"I want to play pro basketball," he said. "I'm looking forward to that. But right now I have a lot of things I have to consider. . . . Playing basketball for me is having fun. I have to find the right situation. I'm not necessarily saying going to L.A. {Lakers} is going to be the right situation, just because they're a winning team. That's why I'm going to take a look at San Antonio, because that could be a right situation for me." . . .

Indiana Gov. Robert Orr said he will fight any attempts by Puerto Rican officials to extradite Indiana University basketball coach Bob Knight to serve a six-month jail term for assault.

"I'd fight it clear up to our Supreme Court" if Indiana received an extradition request for Knight, Orr said in a telephone interview from Tokyo, where he is visiting.

A Puerto Rican government official, encouraged by a recent Supreme Court decision on extradition, Wednesday said efforts should be made to extradite the coach, who was convicted in absentia for assaulting a police officer during the 1979 Pan American Games in San Juan . . .

Continental Basketball Association Commissioner Carl Scheer was named vice president of operations for the NBA expansion team in Charlotte. Owner George Shinn said Scheer, a former general manager of the Denver Nuggets, will be responsible for the team's day-to-day operations. He will join Shinn and sports marketing consultant Max Muhleman on the team's executive staff . . .

Coach Mike Krzyzewski named the 12-man U.S. basketball team that will play in the World University Games July 8-19 in in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, and it includes Georgetown's Perry McDonald and Duke's Danny Ferry and Billy King.

Others on the team are B.J. Armstrong, Iowa; Mark Bryant, Seton Hall; Matt Bullard, Colorado; Sean Elliott, Arizona; Eric Leckner, Wyoming; Troy Lewis, Purdue; Mitch Redmond, Kansas State; Anthony Taylor, Oregon, and Curtis Wilson, Ohio State . . .

UCLA has given basketball coach Walt Hazzard a multiyear contract extension.