Villanova's Scottie Reynolds, a consensus first-team all-American who was bypassed in last week's NBA draft, will play for the Phoenix Suns' summer-league team, his agent, Lee Melchionni, confirmed via e-mail.
Reynolds averaged 18.2 points and 3.3 assists last season for Villanova. He finished his career as the Wildcats' second all-time top scorer with 2,222 points.
On Thursday, Reynolds became the first all-American not drafted since the league merged with the ABA in 1976.
Reynolds, a 6-foot-2 guard, will play in the Las Vegas Summer League, July 9-18, and will try to earn an invitation to training camp. The team has four guards on its roster.
Los Angeles Lakers assistant Brian Shaw met with the Cleveland Cavaliers about their coaching vacancy.
General manager Bryan Colangelo says "it's likely" that free-agent forward Chris Bosh will leave the Toronto Raptors.
FOOTBALL: Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry suffered from a chronic brain injury that may have influenced his mental state and behavior before he died in December, West Virginia University researchers said. Henry died a day after he either jumped or fell out of the back of a pickup his fiancee was driving near their home in Charlotte, N.C.
The Cleveland Browns signed rookie defensive lineman Clifton Geathers to a multiyear contract.
The New York Giants waived kick returner Chris Davis after he failed his physical.
Pittsburgh Steelers right tackle Willie Colon injured his right Achilles tendon while working outt at the team's practice complex.
HOCKEY: The Boston Bruins gave a one-year contract extension to 42-year-old forward Mark Recchi, the NHL's oldest active player under contract.
The Colorado Avalanche acquired forward Daniel Winnik from the Phoenix Coyotes for a fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Former Wake Forest player Tim Fuller joined Louisville as an assistant under Rick Pitino.
Former Memphis guard Roburt Sallie signed a financial-aid agreement to play at Louisville.
TENNIS: A spokeswoman for Jennifer Capriati said the former top-ranked tennis player was recovering from an "accidental overdose" of prescribed medication.
COLLEGE BASEBALL: Blake Cooper allowed three hits in eight-plus innings and Bobby Haney drove in a career-high three runs, moving South Carolina within a win of its first College World Series title with a 7-1 win over UCLA. Game 2 of the best-of-three series is Tuesday night in Omaha, Neb.
SOFTBALL: The United States defeated the Dominican Republic, 10-1, to improve to 6-0 in group play at the world softball championships in Caracas, Venezuela. Olympic champ Japan defeated Britain, 7-0.
SOCCER: Striker Thierry Henry agreed to leave Barcelona by mutual consent.
- Staff and wire reports