PRO BASKETBALL—The Phoenix Suns and the Portland Trail Blazers were tied 2-2 at week's end in the NBA Western Conference finals (page 24), and the Detroit Pistons were tied 2-2 with the Chicago Bulls in the Eastern Conference playoffs (page 20).
BOWLING—MARK BAKER defeated Steve Wunderlich 255-230 to win a PBA event and earn $27,000 in Portland, Ore.
GOLF—WAYNE LEVI sank' a four-foot birdie putt on the final hole to defeat Larry Mize, Keith Clearwater and Nick Price by one stroke and win the PGA Atlanta Classic, in Marietta, Ga. He shot a final-round three-under-par 69 for a 13-under-par total of 275 and earned $180,000.
Pat Bradley shot a final-round two-under-par 69 for a 10-under total of 274 to defeat Patty Sheehan by three strokes and win an LPGA tournament in Corning, N.Y. Bradley earned $52,500 for the victory (page 42).
Dale Douglass rolled in a six-foot putt for par on the second playoff hole to defeat Gary Player and win a Senior tour event and $75,000 in Malvern, Pa. Douglass shot a final-round 70 for a four-under-par total of 206 to forge a tie after 54 holes with Player, who made 17 straight pars before scoring a double bogey on the decisive hole.
Jan Stephenson sank a par putt on the 17th hole to win $200,000 at the LPGA's inaugural Skins Game, in Frisco, Texas. JoAnne Carner was the runner-up with $110,000 in winnings. Nancy Lopez earned $95,000 and Betsy King won $45,000.
Susan Slaughter, a sophomore at Arizona, birdied the first hole of sudden death to defeat Michiko Hattori of Texas and win the NCAA women's individual championship at Hilton Head Island, S.C. Slaughter shot a 75 in the final round for a nine-over-par total of 297. ARIZONA STATE won its first team title, beating UCLA by 16 strokes.
HARNESS RACING—MACK LOBELL, driven by Thomas Nilsson, defeated Peace Corps by four lengths to win the 39th Elitloppet and $170,000, in Stockholm. The 6-year-old horse trotted the mile in 1:54.3 to equal the world record for a?-mile track, which he set three years ago.
HOCKEY—The EDMONTON OILERS defeated the Boston Bruins four games to one to win the Stanley Cup (page 46).
HORSE RACING—STELLA MADRID ($3.60), Angel Cordero up, led from the start in defeating Danzig's Beauty by 1� lengths in the Acorn Stakes, at Belmont Park. The 3-year-old filly ran the mile in 1:36 and took home $104,580.