Craig Sager Photobombs Will Smith and Son Jaden at Bulls-Heat Game 5

Jesse DorseyFeatured ColumnistMay 15, 2013

Craig Sager was at the top of his game on Wednesday night, covering Game 5 between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls for TNT.

Why is this necessary news? Because it involves Sager doing something weird, and I want to share as much joy as possible with you guys.

The TNT cameras caught sight of Will Smith and his son, Jaden, sitting courtside (and by caught sight, I mean they had a prearranged promo) and locked on the pair while Marv Albert did his best to feign surprise and plug their new movie.

Sager, the camera-loving beacon of light in all of our lives, took advantage of the promo to put his goofy mug on television and introduce us to his blindingly loud suit.

His bright-pink threads are a few days late for Mother's Day, but it was a Sager classic nonetheless.

The funny thing about Sager's suit is that it was actually a 3-D stereogram. If you stare at it long enough, you see a zeppelin. 

Of course, that's not all Sager was up to during this game.

In a postgame interview with Dwyane Wade, Sager drew comparison to the Heat star in terms of their fashion sense:

Wade to Craig Sager: "You know me and you got something in common...they like to talk about the way we dress"…

— Beyond The Buzzer(@BeyondTheBuzzer) May 16, 2013

So there you have it: Wade and Sager share a common bond, and Sager's apparently been taking videobombing lessons from Chris Bosh. How long until Sager gets signed by the Heat to the mini mid-level exception this summer purely for entertainment purposes?

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