Kings F Chris Webber was in a group of people fired upon in a drive-by shooting at 2:30 a.m. yesterday in Los Angeles.

No one was hurt, according to police.

Webber was standing in a crowd near a hamburger stand when a car with four people inside drove by, and someone fired rounds from a 9mm weapon, officer Jason Ficken said.

"From what we understand, Chris Webber with the Sacramento Kings was in the area," Ficken said. "He wasn't the intended target. He was among the group."

Most of the crowd had left by the time police arrived, but Webber was still at the scene, Ficken said.

Police were still looking for the suspects, and no arrests had been made.

RILEY EXTENSION: Pat Riley has reached an agreement with the Heat that will keep him in charge of the team well into the next century.

In his 1995 contract, Riley agreed to coach for five years and serve as team president for 10. But Riley and team owner Micky Arison agreed to an extension that would keep Riley as coach past the year 2000. The length of the extension was not disclosed.

SIGNINGS: The SuperSonics re-signed free agent F Vin Baker to a seven-year contract. Baker, 27, a four-time all-star coming off his worst season (13.8 ppg, 6.2 rpg), could have signed with any club as of today but had said his first choice was to remain with the Sonics. The maximum he could receive is a seven-year contract worth nearly $87 million. . . . The Hornets signed free agent C Todd Fuller.

DALLAS DENIED: China will not release 7-foot C Wang Zhizhi of the Bayi Rockets to play for the Mavericks, an official Chinese army team official was quoted as saying. The Mavericks drafted Wang with the 36th pick in this year's draft.