Game 1 of the 1985 NBA Finals was dubbed the Memorial Day Massacre after the Celtics destroyed the Lakers 148-114. In the 34-point victory, Boston set a record for points in a half (79) and a game. But the blowout didn’t slow the Lakers, who won the series in six games. (Manny Millan/SI)
GALLERY: Memorable Memorial Day Moments

Game 1 of the 1985 NBA Finals was dubbed the Memorial Day Massacre after the Celtics destroyed the Lakers 148-114. In the 34-point victory, Boston set a record for points in a half (79) and a game. But the blowout didn’t slow the Lakers, who won the series in six games. (Manny Millan/SI)

GALLERY: Memorable Memorial Day Moments

On this day in 1985, the Chicago Bears released the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle,” a memorable song about their hopes of winning the NFL championship. The song proved to be true as the Bears would roll through the playoffs, culminating in a 46-10 victory over New England in Super Bowl XX. (Paul Natkin/Getty Images)
GALLERY: Rare Photos of the 1985 Bears

On this day in 1985, the Chicago Bears released the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle,” a memorable song about their hopes of winning the NFL championship. The song proved to be true as the Bears would roll through the playoffs, culminating in a 46-10 victory over New England in Super Bowl XX. (Paul Natkin/Getty Images)

GALLERY: Rare Photos of the 1985 Bears

Tito Santana locks Greg “The Hammer” Valentine in the figure-four leglock during a 1985 lumberjack match between the two rivals.  With WrestleMania XXVIII set for Sunday in Miami, SI uncovered some never-before-seen pro wrestling photos from award-winning photographer Walter Iooss Jr. Click below for Iooss’ best shots and other memorable pictures from pro wrestling’s golden age. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)
GALLERY: Pro Wrestling in the 1980s

Tito Santana locks Greg “The Hammer” Valentine in the figure-four leglock during a 1985 lumberjack match between the two rivals.  With WrestleMania XXVIII set for Sunday in Miami, SI uncovered some never-before-seen pro wrestling photos from award-winning photographer Walter Iooss Jr. Click below for Iooss’ best shots and other memorable pictures from pro wrestling’s golden age. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)

GALLERY: Pro Wrestling in the 1980s