The Daily Outkick: Monday, May 6, 2019

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At Kentucky Derby, ‘Sometimes You Win And You Lose All In The Same Race’ (New York Times) “I think this is the most egregious disqualification in the history of horse racing, and not just because it’s our horse,” Gary West, owner of Maximum Security.

Daenerys Vs. Everyone Is The Definitive Final Conflict In ‘Game Of Thrones’ (The Ringer) Episode 4 was a portrait of Dany’s increasing isolation in her battle to win the Iron Throne.

Clay Travis: Game of Thrones reaction (Season 8, Episode 4)

As Questions And Confusion Linger, This Kentucky Derby Hangover Isn’t Close To Over (SI) This was the Derby that would not end, and will not end. A Derby that may yet be decided in a boardroom or, heaven help us all, a courtroom.

In News Industry, A Stark Divide Between Haves And Have-Nots (Wall Street Journal) Local newspapers are failing to make the digital transition larger players did — and are in danger of vanishing.

Nuggets Survive Wild Game 4 To Even Series Vs. Blazers (Yahoo! Sports) The series now heads back to Denver, and one of the most fun series of this year’s playoffs comes closer to a conclusion.

Amazon Can Already Ship To 72% Of US Population Within A Day, This Map Shows (CNBC) Amazon said on its latest earnings report that it’s making one-day delivery the default for Prime members.

It Might Be Time To Move The NBA’s 3-Point Line (Wall Street Journal) The game is changing. The rules aren’t. A new book wonders if basketball could use some bolder thinking.

Ticket Prices Plunge For Bill And Hillary Clinton’s Speaking Tour (New York Post) Tickets were going for as little as $20 on the secondary market as their 13-city adventure continued to struggle to find an audience.

How Mapping Shots In The NBA Changed It Forever (538) When you plot an entire season’s worth of shot data, some interesting patterns quickly emerge.

Montana Governor Signs Sports Betting Bill (Fox News: Denver) Montana became the first state to legalize sports betting this year after Gov. Steve Bullock signed a bill Friday.

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Crushes $2 Billion Milestone In Record Time (Variety) “Avengers: Endgame” is now the second-highest grossing movie of all time with $2.188 billion globally, passing “Titanic” in just 11 days.

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