As coach of the Calgary Flames, TERRY CRISP, 44, who for the last two seasons has coached the Moncton Golden Flames of the AHL. He replaces Bob Johnson, 56, who resigned to become executive director of the Amateur Hockey Association of the U.S. Johnson was 193-155-52 in five seasons. Calgary was 46-31-3 this season and lost to Winnipeg in the opening round of the NHL playoffs.
INDICTED: By a federal grand jury in San Diego, University of Miami strength and conditioning coach PAT JACOBS, 31, on charges of importing and distributing steroids; and British three-time Olympic runner DAVID JENKINS, 35, (who now lives in Carlsbad, Calif.) on the same charges (page 21).
NAMED: As the NBA's Most Valuable Player, Los Angeles Laker guard EARVIN ( Magic) JOHNSON, 27, who averaged 23.3 points and a league-leading 12.2 assists per game.
RESIGNED: As coach of the Dallas Mavericks, DICK MOTTA, 55, third in NBA career coaching victories, with a 19-year record of 808-750. This season the Mavs were 55-27 but lost in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs to Seattle. Motta trails Red Auerbach (938) and Jack Ramsay (826) in career victories.
TRADED: By the Los Angeles Dodgers, reliever TOM NIEDENFUER, 27, to the Baltimore Orioles for outfielder JOHN SHELBY, 29, and pitcher BRAD HAVENS, 27.
By the San Francisco 49ers, quarterback JEFF KEMP, 27, to the Seattle Seahawks, for an undisclosed draft choice.