BASEBALL

Atlanta Hawks -- Signed ex-Bullets G Leon Wood, 10-day contract; waived ex-Bullets G Ennis Whatley. Chicago Bulls -- Signed G Elston Turner for remainder of season. Denver Nuggets -- F Calvin Natt will undergo major knee surgery next week.

New York Knicks -- Put G Rick Carlisle on injured list; signed Carey Scurry for 10 days. Philadelphia 76ers -- Placed G Andrew Toney on injured list, recurrent foot problems.

BASEBALL New York Yankees -- Fort Lauderdale city commission agreed to a $1.97 million stadium renovation to keep the team for spring training through 1993. New York Mets -- Said P Reggie Dobie, 12-10 in AAA last season, is going voluntarily for evaluation and possible treatment of an alcohol problem. San Diego Padres -- 1B John Kruk agreed in principle on a two-year contract.

HORSE RACING New York -- State Racing and Wagering Board revoked license of jockey agent Steve S. Adika, confirming hearing officer's finding that Adika tried to gain access to coded transmission of races from the New York Racing Association by bribing a simulcasting technician and that he illegally intercepted the live NYRA signal in 1986.

TENNIS U.S. Tennis Association -- Named Stan Smith director of coaching.

COLLEGES Georgetown -- F Beth Knight (19.3 ppg, 9.2 rpg) was unanimously selected all-Big East in women's basketball. MEAC -- Named North Carolina A&T F Claude Williams basketball player of the year. East Carolina -- Suspended indefinitely five football players charged with assault in three recent incidents -- Lester McCorvey, Ernest Pendleton, Lewis Wilson, Michael Shane Hubble, Ernest Edward Logan II.