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Sports Athletes and Owners Come Together on Twitter to Mourn the Loss of a Great Sports Broadcaster

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We lost a great man today in the world of sports. One of the greatest sports broadcasters, Craig Sager, passed away today at the age of 65. He lost his battle to Leukemia. Sager was originally diagnosed with cancer in April of 2014.

He was well known for his sideline media coverage in the NBA. Sager also covered Major League Baseball playoff games for TBS, the NCAA men's basketball tournament, college football and the NFL.

"If any of us can display half the courage he has to stay on this planet...we would be well off," San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said

These are just a handful of posts about Sager today as he was the top trending tweet within a few hours. What was your favorite Sager moment?

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