The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, June 11, 2019

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Kevin Durant Suffered A Basketball Tragedy (The Ringer) The Warriors force Game 6 of NBA Finals with win in Toronto.

America Grows More Divided (New York Times) It is the first time in more than a century that all but one state legislature is dominated by a single party.

Emotion Surrounding Durant Injury Hangs Over Warriors’ Critical Game 5 NBA Finals Win (SI) Amidst a heated championship battle, both Golden State and Toronto appreciated the human element of Kevin Durant’s achilles injury more so than the basketball ripple effects.

Helicopter Crash-Lands On Midtown Manhattan Building, Killing Pilot (Wall Street Journal) As investigators probe cause of incident, officials voice surprise that no other injuries were reported in high-density area during work hours

Kellen Winslow II Trial: Guilty Of Rape, Indecent Exposure, Lewd Conduct (Yahoo! Sports) Winslow is now a convicted rapist and is still awaiting additional verdicts. He was charged on 12 counts, including seven felonies.

It Looked Like A Simple Domestic Murder. Then Police Learned About The Alien Reptile Cult. (Washington Post) On Monday morning, a judge sentenced Barbara Rogers to 15 to 40 years in prison.

Josh Donaldson’s Sensitivity Gets Joe Musgrove Tossed From Game (Sporting News) Donaldson, Musgrove and Pirates manager Clint Hurdle were ejected, though arguably nobody should have been kicked from the game.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki Says Vetting Videos Before They Go Up Isn’t The Right Answer (Vox) “I think we would lose a lot of voices,” Wojcicki said.

Del Lago Among Four NY Casinos Approved For Sports Betting (WHEC) Gambling regulators in New York have voted to allow sports betting at four upstate casinos.

The Mystery Deepens Around Justin Bieber’s Proposed Tom Cruise Fight (Vanity Fair) Scooter Braun is now involved, so odds of a publicity stunt are increasing.

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