BASKETBALL All-Star Voting -- Washington Bullets C Moses Malone leads at his position in the NBA balloting, with 191,751 votes to 145,237 for Atlanta's Tree Rollins. Boston's Larry Bird leads all vote-getters with 242,498. Cleveland Cavaliers -- Activated G Ron Harper and waived F Kannard Johnson. Golden State Warriors -- Waived G Nate Blackwell. Philadelphia 76ers -- C Chris Welp underwent reconstructive surgery on his left knee. He is not expected to play until the middle of next season. SKIING World Cup -- Lack of snow forced cancellation of men's downhill and Super-G World Cup races in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany.
TRACK U.S. Olympic Invitational -- Evelyn Ashford, the 100-meter world-record holder, will compete in the meet Feb. 13 in East Rutherford, N.J. Ashford, 30, won in the meet in 1986 after the birth of her daughter, but missed most of the 1987 season because of an injury. HOCKEY World Junior Championships -- Teppo Numminen's goal early in the third period gave Finland a 4-4 tie with Canada in Moscow. The tie dropped the Canadians to third with a 2-0-1 record. The Soviet Union took over sole possession of first place at 3-0-0 with a 7-3 victory over the United States. COLLEGES Big East -- A court ruling will allow the conference to continue hiring basketball officials from outside a national referees association. FOOTBALL Rookies of Year -- Associated Press awarded the defensive honor to Buffalo Bills' LB Shane Conlan and the offensive honor to Miami Dolphins RB Troy Stradford.Cincinnati Bengals -- Released veteran CB Louis Breeden.