Top five athletes
1. Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls: 33.6 points, 6.9 rebounds, 6.3 assists.
2. Randall Cunningham, Philadelphia Eagles: 3,466 passing yds, 30 TDs, 942 rush yds, 8.0 avg.
3. Rickey Henderson, Oakland A's: 28 HRs, .325, 119 runs, 65 SB, AL MVP.
4. Dennis Eckersley, Oakland A's: 4-2, 0.61 ERA, 48 saves, 73 IP, 73 K's, 4 BB.
5. Karl Malone, Utah Jazz: 31.1 points, 11.0 rebounds, 56% FG.
Top five teams
1. San Francisco 49ers (14-2). Beat Denver 55-10 in the Super Bowl.
2. UNLV basketball (35-5). First NCAA champ to score 100 points in title game.
3. Cincinnati Reds (91-71). Nasty Boys stun Oakland with World Series sweep.
4. Detroit Pistons (59-23). More Nasty Boys? Pistons win second straight NBA title.
5. Edmonton Oilers (90 points). Wayne who? Oilers win Stanley Cup without the Great One.
Minnesota Timberwolves into Target Center
Pop culture trivia
Oscar winner Dances With Wolves
Most popular TV show: Cheers
Top of the Pops: Hold On, Wilson Phillips
Fiction bestseller: The Plains of Passage, Jean M. Auel
Nonfiction bestseller: A Life on the Road, Charles Kuralt
Pop culture potpourri: "The Simpsons" debuts on Fox; "Seinfeld" debuts on NBC; Milli Vanilli comes clean about lip syncing on "Girl You Know It's True," loses Grammy; rollerblading; New Kids on the Block are huge; Web debuts; "Ice Ice Baby" a big hit.