The Daily Outkick: Friday, June 7, 2019

Jordan Binnington’s Stellar Performance For Blues Lost In Controvesy Of Game 5 (SI) “This is the National Hockey League and they’re getting a black eye with their officiating in the playoffs and here’s another one that’s going to be talked about … It was egregious.”–Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy

Fed Begins Debate On Whether To Cut Rate As Soon As June (Wall Street Journal) Trade tensions darken economic outlook, raising possibility of interest-rate cut in weeks or months ahead.

Steph Curry Sees How The Other Half Lives In The Finals (The Ringer) Steph has the NBA Finals record for most 3-pointers made in a game with nine, and might need more to defeat Toronto in Game 4.

Bernie Sanders Has The Highest Floor — And It’s Pretty Damn Low (538) Among Democrats who were considering only one candidate, 28 percent were considering only Sanders, and 27 percent were considering only Biden. Everyone else was in the single digits.

Wife Of Warriors Owner Gets Death Threats, Disables Instagram After Viral Beyoncé Moment (Fox News) Nicole Curran, the wife of Golden State Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob, was in tears and had to disable her Instagram account after Beyoncé fans started sending her death threats.

What’s Behind Netflix’s Podcast Ambitions? (Vulture) At this writing, Netflix has about seven podcasts that are actively publishing, with more on the way.

Eagles Sign QB Carson Wentz To Record-setting Contract Extension (Washington Post) The quarterback agreed to a four-year contract extension that has more than $107 million in guaranteed money. That’s a record, topping the $107 million guaranteed to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in an extension he received last month.

Ilhan Omar Fined For Campaign Finance Violations (New York Post) An investigation found she illegally used campaign funds in 2016 and 2017, a report said Thursday.

Dallas Keuchel Is Returning To The Majors As An Atlanta Brave (New York Times) The 2015 Cy Young Award winner reached an agreement on Thursday to join the Atlanta Braves after sitting out more than a third of the season.

He Asked The FBI To Analyze ‘Bigfoot’ Hair 40 Years Ago And Never Heard Back. Until Now. (Washington Post) The bureau released its four-decade-old Bigfoot files on Wednesday.

Patriots Reveal Latest Super Bowl Rings (Sporting News) The ring is made out of 10-karat gold and features about 422 diamonds, which combine for 9.85 carats, according to the team.

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