The Miami Heat signed free-agent guard

Carlos Arroyo

yesterday to a one-year deal worth $1.1 million.

Arroyo, a seven-year NBA veteran, spent last season in Israel playing for Maccabi Tel Aviv. He appeared in 28 games, averaging 15.3 points, 5.8 assists and 3.7 rebounds. The 30-year-old most recently played in the NBA for Orlando, appearing in 161 games with the Magic from 2005 to '08.

The 6-foot-2 guard has played in a total of 433 NBA games with Toronto, Denver, Utah, Detroit, and the Magic, averaging 7.0 points, 3.3 assists and 1.7 rebounds in 18.2 minutes.

Mo Williams, Jamario Moon, and Danny Green did not play in the Cleveland Cavaliers' home exhibition game against Olympiacos of Greece last night.

Williams has a groin strain, although coach Mike Brown said it is not serious. Green has a bruised hip and Moon had two wisdom teeth extracted last week.

COLLEGES: Binghamton University suspended off-campus recruiting by the men's basketball team.

Interim athletic director James Norris said coach Kevin Broadus would not be allowed to go on any recruiting trips until next month.

The decision came after Broadus admitted having contact with prospective recruits, which violated NCAA regulations.

HORSE RACING: Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird will remain at Santa Anita and point to the Breeders' Cup Classic on Nov. 7, trainer Chip Woolley Jr. said. The gelding finished a disappointing sixth in the Goodwood Stakes on Saturday but will try for the $5 million Classic with Calvin Borel as his jockey.

SOCCER: D.C. United midfielder Santino Quaranta will be sidelined for four to six months with a broken bone in his left foot, the team said.

The doping case involving Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro was dropped by the Italian Olympic Committee when it learned the positive test was a result of using cortisone to treat a bee sting.

AC Milan's CEO, Adriano Galliani, said it's likely that David Beckham will join the club on loan from the Los Angeles Galaxy again in January. Beckham performed well in a six-month loan to Milan last season, and wants to return to Europe to maintain his place on England's World Cup squad.

TENNIS: American James Blake rallied to defeat Ivo Karlovic of Croatia, 3-6, 7-6 (4), 6-3, in the first round of the Shanghai Masters.