Longtime L.A. Kings Broadcaster Bob Miller Hospitalized

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Kings broadcaster Bob Miller speaks before the game between the Coyotes and the Kings at Staples Center on Nov. 10, 2015. (Credit: Harry How / Getty Images)

Longtime Kings broadcaster Bob Miller was taken to the hospital Saturday afternoon after experiencing some discomfort as he prepared for a live broadcast before Saturday’s NHL All-Star skills events at Staples Center, a team spokesman said.

Miller, 78, underwent a series of tests and will remain overnight for observation at USC Medical Center, the Kings said via their official Twitter account.

He had quadruple bypass surgery last year and came back this season to work a reduced schedule. His medical history factored into the decision to take him to the hospital, said Mike Altieri, the Kings’ senior vice president of communications and broadcasting.

Altieri said Miller hadn’t been feeling right and was examined on site by medical personnel. As a precaution, the decision was made to have Miller undergo additional tests.

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