Mack, 26, was arrested June 28 in a car in Cleveland. Police said they found 11 packets of cocaine, valued at $50 each, inside the car.
Mack and his lawyer, Gerald Gold, had expected that Mack would be sentenced to probation.
The 76ers announced that they had invited four free agents - Jarvis Basnight, Jim Ferrer, Dominic Pressley and Ron Spivey - to their veterans' camp in Lancaster, Pa., which begins on Friday. Basnight and Spivey both attended the Sixers' rookie-free agent camp in July.
Oklahoma center/forward Stacey King, the Chicago Bulls' top draft choice, signed a contract with the NBA club. Terms of the contract were not revealed.
The 6-foot-11 King, an all-American and Big Eight Player of the Year last season at Oklahoma after averaging 22 points per game, was the sixth player taken overall in the draft and the first of the Bulls' three picks in the first round.
The Boston Celtics and a Yugoslavian team reached an agreement under which forward Dino Radja will be allowed to play with the Celtics in the 1990-91 season.
The Celtics reportedly paid Yugoplastika a cash settlement. Radja will play for the Yugoslavian team this season.
Meldrick Taylor, 23, of Philadelphia, a 1984 Olympic gold medalist, will fight Mexico's Julio Cesar Chavez, 27, on March 17 in Las Vegas in a title matchup of undefeated boxers.
The fight will be for Chavez's World Boxing Council super-lightweight crown and Taylor's International Boxing Federation junior-welterweight title.
Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner A.J. Foyt, 54, was listed in serious condition after he crashed at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway in a practice session for the NASCAR All-Pro Auto Parts 500.
Officials at Charlotte Memorial Hospital said Foyt, 54, was experiencing neck pain, although X-rays taken of his head, neck and chest proved negative.
Chris Evert, playing in the Federation Cup for the last time, and Martina Navratilova easily won their singles matches to lift the top-seeded United States to a 3-0 win over Greece in the first round of the $323,800 tournament.
Till We Meet Again, leading a field of seven horses, shoots for a third straight victory tonight in the $36,250 Barberry Spur final at Garden State Park.
Defending champion David Eger won two matches to advance to the quarterfinals in the U.S. Mid-Amateur Golf Championship at Carmel, Ind.
Sean Knapp of Oakmont, Pa., the medalist in the qualifying round, also advanced to today's quarterfinals along with former champion Jim Holtgrieve and Danny Yates, the 1988 U.S. Amateur runner-up and 1989 Walker Cup player.
The New York Rangers announced that the club would not retain center Marcel Dionne, the second-leading scorer in NHL history.
Dionne is an 18-year veteran with 731 career goals and 1,771 points.