Thunder Fan Waits Patiently For Craig Sager To Move

Look, we've all been there. You're at a sporting event, you get up to take a bathroom break or a buy a giant soft pretzel or a giant bag of cotton candy or a giant soda or a giant beer or a giant thing of nachos or something and when you try to make your way back to your seat, some doofus is standing in the aisle watching the game instead of ... you know ... not standing in the aisle. So inconsiderate. Sometimes, though, that person might be an on-camera reporter.

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During Monday's Game 1 between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Oklahoma City Thunder, Craig Sager was reporting from the stands, when a poor, unfortunate fellow was trying to head back to his section. It took him a while to pick up on what was happening.

I like the look the guy makes, like "oh geez, one of these guys." This gentleman is lucky that the mustard-yellow plaid sports coat with the notch lapels was one of Sager's more sedate numbers, or else we would all be fearing for his eyesight, being that close to the sartorial celeb.

Here is the full, glorious incident:

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