"But know this Craig, we'll do our best to live 'em #SagerStrong."
A memorial service was held for Craig Sager today at Mount Bethel United Methodist Church in Marietta, Georgia, as the legendary sports broadcaster was remembered in a service that produced both laughs and tears.
Among those in attendance were Spurs coach, Gregg Popovich, Reggie Miller and Ernie Johnson who delivered a powerful speech, as well as a poem, while wearing the special edition "Craig Sager" Air Force 1s. The pastor, as well as others in attendance also wore brightly designed clothes as a tribute to Sager.
Check out Ernie Johnson's moving speech in the video above and check out some of the other stories about Sager's legacy below.
Craig Sager's friend "Hondo" at his memorial service said the only thing they disagreed on was choice of beer. Sager only drank Bud Light.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 20, 2016
Craig Sager's daughter Kacy's response to people saying her dad lived with grace, at his memorial today pic.twitter.com/5D9n6svifT— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 20, 2016
Cubs fan Craig Sager made a $1K bet on Cubs to win a title every year since 1981. He lived to see it happen. A "W" flag is at his memorial. pic.twitter.com/bTnxapyFhW— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 20, 2016
Randy Mickler, senior pastor at Craig Sager's memorial service, ditched his black robe for an outfit in tribute to Sager pic.twitter.com/aO0xecjpxr— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 20, 2016