In 2003, Steve Kerr Created The Perfect Shooter. In 2019, He Coaches Him. (New York Times) In 2003, Steve Kerr wrote a story for Yahoo called “Creating the perfect shooter.” With Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant, he now coaches three of them.
Top Dem Lawmaker Downplays Trump’s Impeachment, Suggest Media Is Pushing For It (Fox News) House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-MD, downplayed the push for President Trump’s impeachment on Tuesday and suggested it’s the media that’s actually fanning the flames.
The Raptors Have An Ace In The Hole Against The Warriors. Will They Use It? (The Ringer) Pascal Siakam, the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award favorite, has one big improvement left to make in these playoffs: becoming consistent.
Apple Touts New Privacy Features Amid Scrutiny Of Tech Giants (Wall Street Journal) Offerings include anonymous login system, tools to prevent location tracking by apps.
Are The St. Louis Blues Really, Actually Going To Win This Thing? (538) The Stanley Cup Final is tied, but the long-suffering Blues are dominating the series.
Tesla Just Finished Its Best Day Of The Year (CNBC) The stock is still the worst performer of 2019 on the Nasdaq 100 Index, down 42% for the year.
Jets’ Le’Veon Bell Takes Center Stage With Loudmouth Antics And Hopes Of Living Up To Hype (SI) New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell spoke to reporters at the team’s training facility on Tuesday.
Amazon May Soon Face An Antitrust Probe. Here Are 3 Questions The FTC Is Asking About It (Vox) The government regulator has been questioning Amazon’s competitors about its Prime service and how it competes with its own marketplace sellers.
Heavyweight Champ Andy Ruiz Hits Back At Stephen A. Smith After ‘Butter Bean’ Comment (FTW) Despite the feel-good story that came with Ruiz’s upset, many boxing fans were disappointed. Smith was one of them.
The Beauty Of James Holzhauer’s Jeopardy Streak (The Atlantic) For a while, it was as if the show’s laws of mathematics had been repealed, but defeat is always a bad break or two away.
Andrew McCutchen Injury Update: Phillies Outfielder Tears ACL, Out For Season (Sporting News) The Phillies outfielder suffered an injury in the first inning of Monday’s game against the Padres and further evaluation revealed McCutchen tore his ACL.