The Milwaukee Bucks signed No. 1 overall pick Andrew Bogut to a multiyear contract yesterday.
The 20-year-old Australian, who earned college player of the year awards at Utah, will participate in the Bucks' summer camp workouts and play in the Minnesota Summer League from July 15 to 19, General Manager Larry Harris said.
Terms of the contract weren't disclosed, but Bogut's agent, David Bauman, previously said he expected the 7-foot center to get around $4.2 million in his first year. . . .
The Los Angeles Lakers and Vlade Divac, 37, have agreed to postpone a decision on the center's contract status until just before the start of training camp. The Lakers have the option of picking up a one-year, $5.4 million contract option or buying out Divac for $2 million. Divac underwent back surgery in January and played in only 15 games last season. . . .
The Atlanta Hawks declined to pick up the option on Predrag Drobnjak's contract, making the 6-11 center an unrestricted free agent. . . .
In a game that featured five technicals and the ejection of Detroit Coach Bill Laimbeer, Nicole Powell scored 17 points to lead the Sacramento Monarchs to an 80-63 WNBA win over the Shock in Auburn Hills, Mich.
* COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Emmanuel "Tiki" Mayben, a 6-3 point guard on the Troy (N.Y.) High School basketball team, will not be able to attend Syracuse University in the fall because of academic shortcomings.
* TRACK AND FIELD: Ladji Doucoure thrilled the home crowd with a win in the 110-meter hurdles at the Gaz de France meet in Saint-Denis, France, beating four-time world champion Allen Johnson and Chinese star Liu Xiang.
Doucoure won in 13.02 seconds, edging Johnson by 0.02. Liu, who shares the world record of 12.91 with Britain's Colin Jackson, was third in 13.06.
In the 100, Aziz Zakari of Ghana beat 2004 champion Francis Obikwelu of Portugal, winning in 10.04. Christine Arron of France won the women's 100 in 11.03.
Americans swept the 400 hurdles -- James Carter won the men's race in 48.05 and Lashinda Demus took the women's race in 53.85. American Joanna Hayes, who won gold in Athens, won the women's 100 hurdles in 12.60.
* COURTS: A federal judge ordered the University of Colorado to turn over documents it is accused of withholding from two women who filed a lawsuit claiming they were raped by football players or recruits.
U.S. District Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer gave the university two weeks to turn over the documents. The women claim they were assaulted at an off-campus party in 2001.
* LACROSSE: Crista Samaras scored four goals as the United States advanced to the championship game of the International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations' World Cup with a 13-3 rout of England in Annapolis.
-- From News Services