The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, May 14, 2019

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Robert Kraft Wins Critical Ruling: Video Evidence Is Thrown Out (New York Times) Patriots owner Robert Kraft all but defeated two charges of solicitation of prostitution when a Florida county judge on Monday threw out key evidence obtained in surveillance videos and a traffic stop.

Actress Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty For Her Role In College Admissions Scandal (Wall Street Journal) Huffman allegedly paid college counselor William ‘Rick’ Singer $15,000, one of the smaller sums in scheme

NBA Draft Lottery Preview: Where Every Team Sits In The Zion Williamson Sweepstakes (SI) The structure of the lottery has changed, flattening out the odds, leaving more room for surprise, and juicing up the randomness. It’s all coming together at a fascinating time.

Liz Cheney Confronts A Dilemma And The GOP Wonders: How High Can She Go? (Washington Post) Rep. Liz Cheney has spent only six months as a senior House leader, winning rave reviews from fellow Republicans. Now, she’s suddenly facing a dilemma over whether to take her talents to the other side of the Capitol.

Robert Bortuzzo Comes Through For Blues, Who Even West Final (Yahoo! Sports) Now they’ll have a chance to take control of the series back in St. Louis.

North Carolina’s Do-Over U.S. House Election Starts Tuesday (538) Ten candidates are vying to be that nominee, four of whom look like serious contenders.

Lakers Finalize Deal To Make Frank Vogel Their Coach (L.A. Times) Frank Vogel is the Lakers’ sixth coach in nine years.

People Say They Care About Privacy But Buy Devices That Can Spy On Them Anyway (Vox) Experts explain why people are giving mixed signals about smart tech.

Has Arya Added A New Name To Her List? (The Ringer) After slaying the Night King, a Mad Queen looms heading into the series finale of ‘Game of Thrones.’

‘What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali’ Chooses To Float Like A Butterfly Instead Of Stinging Like A Bee (Awful Announcing) HBO’s look at Muhammad Ali’s career makes great use of existing footage.

Will Political Correctness Kill Classic Movies? (The Hill) The rise of political correctness can be seen across movie screens this weekend.

Nine Possible Candidates To Replace John Beilein At Michigan (USA Today) Michigan’s athletic director Warde Manuel has the biggest test of his career.