Found December 30, 2011 on Bacon Sports:

At last nights Lakers vs. Knicks game Craig Sager wore something that could actually be considered regular or normal. Fortunately for us Sager decided to pick the most disgusting colors of brown possible and pair them together. Some of his other outfits are outlandish and kind of funny, this one is just gross. It looks like he told his tailor, “Do you have anything that looks like different shades of poop?”

Craig Sagers suit at the Lakers vs. Knicks game

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