BASKETBALL Miami Heat -- Said G Sherman Douglas has fractured a finger and will sit out today's game against Utah Jazz. Douglas injured his left index finger Sunday night during the Heat's 112-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. He will not have surgery, but the finger will be placed in a splint. After Wednesday, his ability to play will be assessed before each game. Sacramento Kings -- Signed 5-11 G Jim Les to 10-day contract. Les was averaging 18 points and 11 assists with Omaha Racers of Continental Basketball Association. Milwaukee Bucks -- Reached agreement with G Alvin Robertson on contract revision that includes extending his three-year deal through 1997-98 season. Robertson, 28, leads NBA with an average 4.38 steals per game and leads Bucks with an average 6.7 assists, is second in rebounding with 7.1 and third in scoring, 15.7 points.
BASEBALL Fay Vincent -- Commissioner was discharged from Greenwich (Conn.) Hospital Monday, two weeks after surgery to remove his infected spleen. Vincent, 52, became ill on Thanksgiving and entered hospital Dec. 13 with what was at first diagnosed as pneumonia and pleurisy. Physicians later determined the symptoms were caused by an abcess on the spleen due to the infection, and removed the spleen Dec. 18.
HOCKEY World Junior Championships -- In Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the United States scored 10 goals in the first period and eight in the third en route to 19-1 rout of Norway. Trent Klatt, a Washington Capitals draftee, scored two goals. Canada got off fast with four goals in the first period and goaltender Trevor Kidd stopped 37 shots in a 5-1 victory over Finland.