From the middle of June, but a great read from CSjr in case you missed it:
Craig Sager Jr. never truly understood his dad’s job. But as the famed sideline reporter continues leukemia treatment, his son had a chance to follow dad’s footsteps — an eye-opening experience just in time for Father’s Day.
The San Antonio Spurs have gotten support from many over the years and one of their biggest supporters is the son of NBA on TNT’s sideline reporter Craig Sager. The man infamous for his colorful and wacky suits has been battling acute myeloid leukemia and his son, Craig Jr., has been a huge supporter of…
Great interview with Craig Sager, Jr. on his favorite NBA team, respect for Pop and of course, an update on his Dad’s medical condition. #GetWellSager
“I even miss all of the good stuff I planned to wear for the playoffs. Actually, on April 7, the day before the Heat-Nets game, I had picked out about a half-dozen patterns from Rex Fabrics, where I get a lot of my stuff made. It’s well known internationally, and I don’t even look in the men’s section.”—Craig Sager, in His Own Words, Inside His Recovery and the NBA World He Misses (5/7/2014 - Bleacher Report)
Popovich came out and introduced himself. He told the audio guys and camera crew that he just wanted to talk to me. I stepped into his office and he opened up to me about the level of appreciation he has for my Dad. He handed me a hand-written letter that he wanted me to give him. Then he dropped the big news, “I do not want to tape this thing,” Popovich told me. “That won’t work. Let’s do this live and after the third quarter, just like your Dad would.” I could not believe what I had just heard come out of the 2014 NBA Coach of the Year’s mouth.
Craig Sager says he doesn’t want Gregg Popovich to go soft. A snarling Pop makes for good television, Sager admits. But watching the Spurs’ coach give him a national shout-out Sunday during an in-game interview with his 25-year-old son, Craig Jr., Sager said it was a moment he won’t soon forget.
While the teams’ uniforms can get colorful on the court, they are nothing compared to the rainbow of Technicolor shades and elaborate patterns that Turner sports reporter Craig Sager wears to liven up the sidelines during March Madness.
Craig Sager on His March Madness Style: ‘The Bigger the Event, the Brighter the Clothes!’