Mike Tyson forces Michael Spinks to take a knee a minute into their fight on June 27, 1988, in Atlantic City, NJ.  It was the first time Spinks had been knocked down in his professional career. Spinks took a count of four before rising, only to be knocked down again shortly thereafter. The fight was over after 91 seconds. (Neil Leifer/SI)
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Mike Tyson forces Michael Spinks to take a knee a minute into their fight on June 27, 1988, in Atlantic City, NJ.  It was the first time Spinks had been knocked down in his professional career. Spinks took a count of four before rising, only to be knocked down again shortly thereafter. The fight was over after 91 seconds. (Neil Leifer/SI)

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Florida State cornerback Deion Sanders gets his ankle taped prior to a 1988 Seminoles practice. Sanders usually wore No. 2, but donned a No. 1 jersey for the session. This year’s Florida State squad is currently ranked No. 3 in Andy Staples’ latest College Football Power Rankings. (AP)
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Florida State cornerback Deion Sanders gets his ankle taped prior to a 1988 Seminoles practice. Sanders usually wore No. 2, but donned a No. 1 jersey for the session. This year’s Florida State squad is currently ranked No. 3 in Andy Staples’ latest College Football Power Rankings. (AP)

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GALLERY: Rare Photos of Deion Sanders

Wayne Gretzky is all smiles as Bill Ranford, Esa Tikkanen, Mark Messier, and Kevin Lowe look on after Edmonton defeated Boston in five games to claim the 1988 Stanley Cup. This year’s Kings squad are one win away from a championship and could become the first No. 8 seed to win a Cup. They also have a chance to equal the 16-2 mark of the 1988 Oilers, the best mark since the NHL adopted the current format of four rounds of best-of-series. (David E. Klutho/SI)
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Wayne Gretzky is all smiles as Bill Ranford, Esa Tikkanen, Mark Messier, and Kevin Lowe look on after Edmonton defeated Boston in five games to claim the 1988 Stanley Cup. This year’s Kings squad are one win away from a championship and could become the first No. 8 seed to win a Cup. They also have a chance to equal the 16-2 mark of the 1988 Oilers, the best mark since the NHL adopted the current format of four rounds of best-of-series. (David E. Klutho/SI)

FARBER: Making sense of the LA Kings
CAZENEUVE: Devils focus on Game 4
FARBER: Penner playing up to his size

Larry Bird backs Dominique Wilkins into the post during Game 7 of the 1988 Eastern Conference Semifinals. Bird scored 34 points, 20 in the fourth-quarter, while Wilkins poured in 47 in a losing effort as Boston advanced to play Detroit in the Eastern Conference Finals. Are the Celtics and Hawks heading to another memorable Game 7? The Hawks survived on Tuesday with a 87-86 victory to force a Game 6 on Thursday. (Manny Millan/SI)
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Larry Bird backs Dominique Wilkins into the post during Game 7 of the 1988 Eastern Conference Semifinals. Bird scored 34 points, 20 in the fourth-quarter, while Wilkins poured in 47 in a losing effort as Boston advanced to play Detroit in the Eastern Conference Finals. Are the Celtics and Hawks heading to another memorable Game 7? The Hawks survived on Tuesday with a 87-86 victory to force a Game 6 on Thursday. (Manny Millan/SI)

TROCCHI: Horford fuels Hawks to victory 
GALLERY: Rare Photos of Larry Bird