The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

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Why Zion Williamson Is Poised To Change The Course Of NCAA History (The Atlantic) There is no more exciting player in college basketball—in all of basketball, perhaps—than Duke’s Zion Williamson.

Warren Calls For Scrapping U.S. Electoral College In 2020 Televised Town Hall (Reuters) It was the first time Warren has explicitly called to eliminate the system established by the U.S. constitution.

A Handy Guide for Filling Out Your March Madness Bracket (The Ringer) Nobody picks a perfect NCAA tournament bracket, so there is no perfect advice for filling one out.

Warner Bros. Chairman, CEO Kevin Tsujihara To Step Down (Wall Street Journal) The exit comes as the company investigates a report of improper conduct.

Blake Bortles Agrees to Terms on One-Year Deal With Rams (SI) Bortles will become Jared Goff’s backup quarterback after meeting with the team on Monday.

A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules (New York Times) It started when a woman gave the middle-finger salute to a police officer who had just written her a ticket.

What To Know About Johnny Manziel’s AAF Contract With Memphis Express (Sporting News) Manziel wore out his welcome in the NFL with an ugly ending on the Browns and was recently banned from the CFL.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Says The Obvious: He Won’t Be Working With Apple When It Launches Its New Video Plans (Recode) Apple is unveiling its new video strategy next week: Netflix won’t be a part of it.

The Raiders Won An Award From The Analytics Community For The Kahlil Mack Trade (FTW) While the media hated the deal from the Raiders’ perspective, the stat heads at Sloan loved the value the team received from Chicago.

Stanford Helped Pioneer Artificial Intelligence. Now The University Wants To Put Humans At Its Center. (Washington Post) On Monday, the university will launch the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.

Lakers’ LeBron James Suffered Worst Shooting Quarter Of His Career In Loss To Knicks (CBS Sports) LeBron was blocked by Mario Hezonja in the closing seconds to seal the loss.

3 In 5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before (Study Finds) From slow WiFi to zero “likes” on social media, everyday stressors are causing young adults to have struggles falling asleep 138 nights each year.

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