The sportscaster John Saunders died at the age of 61. Here is all you want to know and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Play-by-play man who covered games for ESPN and NBA on ABC.
He played hockey at Western Michigan University.
He was nominated for a Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality.
He had a brother named Bernie Saunders and he raised his children with his wife in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.
He hosted SportsCenter during the 2008 NFL season with sportscaster Chris Berman.
How did John Saunders die?
Bacon, who co-authored Saunders’s autobiography, stated in the book that the coroner found that Saunders died from a combination of an enlarged heart, complications from his diabetes, and dysautonomia, a condition that affects the part of the nervous system which regulates breathing, blood pressure and heart rate.