By the Cleveland Cavaliers, former Memphis State star KEITH LEE, 22, to a three-year contract worth an estimated $1 million.
TRADED: By the Philadelphia Eagles, All-Pro linebacker JERRY ROBINSON, 28, to the Los Angeles Raiders for a 1986 second-round draft choice. Robinson was in the midst of a salary dispute with the Eagles and had not played this season.
By the Quebec Nordiques, defenseman BRUCE BELL, 20, an NHL all-rookie team choice last season, to the St. Louis Blues for defenseman GIL DELORME, 22.
UPHELD: By the Illinois Supreme Court, state and local laws that ban night events at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. It is the only park in the major leagues without night lighting.
DIED: Boxer DAVID (The Hammer) HARRIS, 25, of unknown causes. Harris, a light heavyweight who had an 11-0 record with seven knockouts, collapsed while sparring in a New York City gym and died in a hospital 12 minutes after arrival.