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The sports world remembers NBA media icon Craig Sager

The sports world was rocked today as longtime Turner Sports NBA reporter Craig Sager died at the age of 65 after a long battle with leukemia. The entire world of sports came together to pay tribute to one of the NBA’s most beloved icons. Here is merely a sample of the public outcry of love for one of sports greatest, taken from us far too soon:

From the Organizations…

 

… To the Players…

… And finally to the Fans… 

… We will never forget those crazy suits you wore, Mr. Sager. You always brightened our screen with your character and unique attire. Rest in Peace, Sager Strong. 

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Dylan Bair
Writer of all things college sports including, but not limited to, Michigan State football and basketball, college football in every facet, and hard opinions about the Big Ten and college sports in general. Also, an avid soccer and NBA fan with a deep knowledge-base that hopefully translates well to all of the fans reading. Thanks for the time and effort in reading my work! It means a lot to get the support for the thing I love most.

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