Craig Sager’s passing has left a hole in the NBA family. Beloved by broadcasters, coaches, players, viewers, and just about any other group of people you could fathom, Sager will obviously be missed.

Tributes have rolled in from all over in the wake of his death, all bolstering the legacy of the man who will be known for making the routine interesting, and the mundane fun.

Sager’s memorial service is tomorrow, December 20th, and if you’d like to watch the proceedings, you’ll be able to do so in a variety of ways, thanks to the NBA:

The memorial service for long-time Turner broadcaster Craig Sager will be available on NBA TV and streamed via NBA.com tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 20, beginning at 11 a.m. ET.

Sager passed away on Thursday, Dec. 15, following a more than two-year battle with cancer.  He spent more than three decades with Turner, most recognizably as sideline reporter for the company’s coverage of the NBA on TNT for 26 seasons.

People will get to welcome Sager onto their screens one more time, and kudos to everyone involved with making that happen.

[NBA.com]

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