NBA Broadcaster Craig Sager Dies at 65
Speak softly and wear a loud print. The broadcaster’s long public battle with acute myeloid leukemia ended yesterday. Sager was known for his colorful, eye-catching wardrobe and a low-key professional style stalking basketball sidelines in 26 years with Turner Sports. But the hall-of-famer was also on the field for Hank Aaron’s 715th home run and slept in the stall next to Seattle Slew the night before he won the Triple Crown. NBA teams will observe a moment of silence in Sager’s honor before their next games.