BASKETBALL

Cleveland Cavaliers -- Seven-year veteran F Phil Hubbard (11.4 ppg, 5.2 rpg) is out for season, torn ligament in right wrist. HOCKEY

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Veteran G Denis Herron, 33, says he will decide this weekend whether to report to minor-league Baltimore. FOOTBALL

NFC -- Announced three injured players will miss the Pro Bowl: San Francisco 49ers QB Joe Montana, replaced by Chicago Bears' Jim McMahon; 49ers' CB Eric Wright, replaced by Los Angeles Rams' Gary Green; Rams' C Doug Smith, replaced by 49ers' Fred Quillan. Seattle Seahawks -- RB Curt Warner had surgery to remove bone spurs in right ankle. BASEBALL

Philadelphia Phillies -- RHP Tom Hume, 32, had arthroscopic surgery for inflamed sprained knee. Los Angeles Dodgers -- OF-1B Len Matuszek had arthroscopic surgery on right shoulder. HORSE RACING

Eclipse Awards -- Thoroughbred Racing Associations honored Paul Moran of Newsday for year-round coverage, Bill Mooney of the Thoroughbred Record (Lexington, Ky.) for best feature and Bob Lauder of WHAS (Louisville) for nine-part radio series. COLLEGES

American -- Soccer Coach Pete Mehlert, who directed the Eagles to a 19-3-2 record and the NCAA final, was named mid-Atlantic coach of the year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He is one of eight finalists for national coach of the year.