Cleveland Cavaliers -- Reported F Phil Hubbard out at least six weeks and maybe the rest of the NBA season because of a torn ligament in his right wrist. He already has missed five games with what was thought to be only a sprain but may now require surgery.
Milwaukee Bucks -- Hired Stu Inman, vice president/general manager of the Portland Trail Blazers, to be director of player personnel, a job that Coach Don Nelson had been handling. Signed veteran G Mike Glenn to a 10-day contract, filling roster spot of G Craig Hodges (injured list, broken finger).
NBA Player of the Month -- G Alvin Robertson of San Antonio, league leader in steals with 3.61 per game who in helping the Spurs win 10 of 15 December games, averaged 20.9 points, 6.9 rebounds, 5.8 assists. HOCKEY
NHL Player of the Month -- C Wayne Gretzky, whose eight goals and 36 assists for the Edmonton Oilers in December came within five points of the league monthly record of 49 he established in November 1983.
St. Louis Blues -- Lost, 4-2, at home to Central Red Army. The Soviet team is 4-1 on its six-game tour against NHL opposition. BASEBALL
Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed RHP Alejandro Pena, 1984 National League earned run champion out most of 1985 (he made two brief September appearances) recuperating from shoulder surgery, to a 1986 contract. SKIING
Women's World Cup -- Christine Putz, who went into in a coma three weeks ago after falling during a downhill race at Val D'Isere, France, has regained consciousness, her mother said in Innsbruck, Austria, where Putz is hospitalized. Putz's mother said she awoke Wednesday and "has already nodded" in response to a question and drunk from a cup. BOXING
Lancaster, Pa. -- Olympic welterweight gold medalist Mark Breland (8-0) will fight Troy Wortham (20-0) in a 10-rounder and heavyweight gold medalist Tyrell Biggs (7-0) will take on James (Quick) Tillis (31-6) in an eight-rounder Jan. 25 (ABC-TV Wide World of Sports). COLLEGES
North Carolina -- The top-ranked basketball Tar Heels lost reserve C Warren Martin for about two weeks, little finger on his left hand fractured at practice.
Southwest Missouri State -- Football coach Rich Johanningmeier resigned to join the NCAA compliance and enforcement staff.