Craig Sager was a favorite on NBA sidelines for his wacky suit choices and joyful demeanor. His death following a lengthy battle with cancer in 2016 was one of the biggest stories in sports that year, and a blow felt by many around the league. That’s why it was tough to see that Sager’s son, Craig Sager II, said that he and his sisters had been left out of his father’s will. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Sager said that he had been served with a summons to appear in court — for what specific reason it’s not clear — despite the fact that he and his siblings were not part of his father’s will. Context could be had via social media from Sager, his sister Kacy, and others.
Craig Sager II says he and his sisters were left out of late father’s will
Pro Basketball Talk | Jan 3