Top five athletes
1. Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers: 212 points, 92 goals, 120 assists, NHL MVP.
2. Moses Malone, Houston Rockets: 31.1 points, 14.7 rebounds, NBA MVP.
3. Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers: .331, 29 HRs, 114 RBI, Gold Glove SS, hit .414 in World Series
4. Tom Watson: Wins two majors (U.S Open, British Open), Player of the Year.
5. Herschel Walker, Georgia: 1,752 rushing yards, 17 TDs, Heisman Trophy winner.
Top five teams
1. North Carolina basketball (32-2). Freshman Michael Jordan delivers Dean Smith a national title.
2. New York Islanders (118 points). Go 8-0 in final two rounds of playoffs for third straight Stanley Cup.
3. San Francisco 49ers (13-3). The first of Niners' four Super Bowl titles in the 1980s.
4. Los Angeles Lakers (57-25). Showtime beats the Sixers 4-2 in the NBA Finals.
5. Penn State football (11-1). Joe Paterno wins his first national title.
Oakland Raiders to Los Angeles
Minnesota Twins and Vikings into Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Colorado Rockies move to New Jersey, become the Devils
Pop culture trivia
Oscar winner: Ghandi
Most popular TV show: 60 Minutes
Top of the Pops: Physical, Olivia Newton-John
Fiction bestseller: E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial Storybook, William Kotzwinkle
Nonfiction bestseller: Jane Fonda's Workout Book, Jane Fonda
Pop culture potpourri: "Cats" opens on Broadway; liposuction debuts; Trivial Pursuit is hot board game; Michael Jackson releases "Thriller"; "War on Drugs" begins; Barney Clark gets first artificial heart, lives for three months.