Craig Sager looking dapper for Game 6 of the NBA Finals


Craig Sager has worked the sidelines for Turner Sports for the last 34 years but recently was invited by ESPN to work the sidelines of an NBA Finals game for the first time in his career.

But as well as being one of the most well-known reporters in sports, Sager is also known for being a very snazzy dresser.

And it looks as though he's dressing to impress at Game 6 of the NBA Finals, judging by this sneak peak shared by ESPN earlier on Thursday.

Sager, who has been battling acute myeloid leukemia since 2014 and has been told it's terminal, will join Doris Burke as a courtside reporter for tonight's game.

Tip off for Game 6 between the Cavaliers and Warriors is at 8 p.m on ABC.

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