Gregg Popovich is notorious for hating just about all interviews, but especially the league-mandated ones that take place during nationally televised games. But somewhere under that gruff exterior is a very kind man who has built a relationship with longtime TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager, and was incredibly…
Craig Sager's leukemia has returned, his son announced. Sager appeared on TV earlier this month, after nearly a year away for treatment.
Craig Sager is serving as the TNT sideline reporter for tonight's Thunder-Bulls contest, his first game in nearly a year after spending the last 11 months fighting leukemia. During the first quarter the Bulls put together a nice little tribute to Sager, including Benny the Bull presenting him with a custom sports…
The last time Craig Sager and his suits that Kevin Garnett think should be burned was on our televisions was April, prior to his treatment for leukemia. He left the hospital in May, and last night he made a return to TV for college basketball's Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, speaking a short message about his own…
In a truly sweet moment, on Sunday, TNT sent Craig Sager Jr. out to do the on-court interviews in place of his father, who is undergoing chemotherapy treatment for leukemia. The usually gruff and taciturn Gregg Popovich went soft, wishing Craig Sr. the best and promising to be nice to him when he returns. Sager is a…
If Craig Sager's son's Twitter is to be believed, the sideline reporter will be starting a treatment for acute leukemia Friday.
Baylor destroyed Creighton in a 30-point blowout yesterday, and the six-seeded Bears celebrated their upset of the third-seeded Bluejays as all momentous occasions should be celebrated: by screwing up Craig Sager's hair-do.
A woman was able to determine she recently matched with Craig Sager's son—Craig Sager II—on the dating site because it's in the first sentence of his profile. She helpfully tweeted a screen shot of his profile, which you can find below.
Sager's Gettin' Jiggy Wit It, am I right?
These pictures have been readily available on the internet since April 27, when Twitter user @2SMIDGET2QUIT and her friends stumbled upon a very sleepy Craig Sager in a Milwaukee hotel. We cannot apologize enough for having just now become aware of them. Anyway, enjoy staring Craig Sager's weird eye.
I love Craig Sager. Really, I do! I wouldn't patronize his haberdasher, but I think he's good at his job. But yikes, that thumbnail.
The NCAA tournament has officially begun. Here is Craig Sager in a bracket tie.
In an attempt to demonstrate the madness at Camden Yards late in last night's Orioles win over the Yankees, foppish TBS reporter Craig Sager wielded a sound pressure gauge, informing viewers that the crowd in Baltimore was even louder than the famously-vocal Thunder crowd in Oklahoma City. We have to wonder, though,…
In sports, everyone is a winner-some people just win better than others. Like the largest public housing project in the country, which got a hard-earned national TV shoutout from the night's hero, Ron Artest — and Craig Sager.
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TNT's Craig Sager reported that Chicago Tribune writer K.C. Johnson knew about the John Paxson-Vinny Del Negro dustup weeks ago, but kept quiet "out of respect" for the coach. Obviously, this makes Craig Sager an unprincipled hack.