Craig Sager died on December 15, 2016, at the age of 65 years old, just two days after he was inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame. While he’ll be best known for his phenomenal work as a sideline reporter in the NBA for 25+ years, he’ll also be fondly remembered for his phenomenal (and unique) taste in personalized suits. Part of what made these suits so great was that he’d never repeat a suit twice.
I can’t find the video, but I remember watching a short piece on how Craig Sager finds the fabrics for his suits. It essentially consisted of him entering a HUGE fabric store and picking the most absurd pieces and patterns to turn into suits. The two places he’d go to the most were A. Taghi (in Houston, Texas) and Rex Fabrics (in Miami, Florida).
RIP Craig. We’re sure that you’ll make heaven a little brighter than it was before.
As far as we know, there’s not a single resource on the greatest suits that Craig’s ever worn, but craigsagerssuits.tumblr.com is pretty close. We’re doing our best to pick out our favorites in the gallery below.