SIGNINGS:

The Warriors signed G Larry Robinson, released by the Bullets last month, for the rest of the season, and veteran C Paul Mokeski to a 10-day contract.

Robinson, a 6-foot-5 rookie guard, played in two games for the Warriors since signing a 10-day contract with the team Tuesday. Robinson had six points, two assists and a steal in 20 minutes in the two games.

Robinson began the season with the Washington Bullets and averaged 6.7 points as a starter for 10 games before being placed on the injured list on Nov. 27, and then waived on Dec. 10.

JAMES STAYS:

The Cavaliers signed F Henry James to a second 10-day contract. James has averaged 15 points per game in five games for the Cavaliers and scored 25 points in a loss at Chicago.

RETURNING:

Clippers G Jay Edwards, who was suspended by the NBA on March 3 for failing a drug test in his rookie season, is expected to return to practice Sunday. The Clippers will have two weeks following Edwards's first day of practice to determine his status. Thursday, the NBA gave Edwards, a 1989 second-round pick out of Indiana, permission to return.

COMEBACK:

Former Warriors and Hawks C Chris Washburn, who has completed a treatment program at the John Lucas Treatment and Recovery Center, will try to resume his career in the CBA, Lucas said. Lucas had told KRIV-TV that Washburn had been cleared to play, but he later said, "We at this point do not have clearance for the CBA."

HALF FULL:

Houston posted the third-highest second half scoring total in league history with 94 points in its 156-133 rout of Denver. Only Atlanta -- 97 against San Diego on Feb. 11, 1970 -- and Philadelphia -- 95 points against Seattle on Dec. 20, 1967 -- have scored more in a second half.