The Daily Outkick: Monday, June 22, 2020

U.S. Stock Futures Rally At Start To The Week (Wall Street Journal) Existing-home sales data for May are likely to show a drop, reflecting the effects of lockdowns, layoffs and broader uncertainty.

Ryan Clark And Jeanie Buss Spotted Bigfoot, Again (Outkick) Someone must inform the mainstream media that anti-black racism isn’t Bigfoot.

Noose Found In Bubba Wallace’s Garage At Talladega (Outkick) NASCAR’s reporting a noose was found in Bubba Wallace’s garage at Talladega on Sunday.

Oan Reporter Chanel Rion Wears Oklahoma State Shirt To Tulsa Rally (Outkick) Chanel Rion said Saturday that she wore the shirt to get the attention of Gundy and Cowboys running back Chuba Hubbard.

Clay Vs. Rovell — Friday Night Twitter Fights (Outkick) Clay and Rovell kicked off summer with a coronavirus tweetstorm you love to see on a Friday night.

U.S. Banks Are ‘Swimming In Money’ As Deposits Increase By $2 Trillion Amid The Coronavirus (CNBC) The wall of money flowing into banks has no precedent in history: in April alone, deposits grew by $865 billion, more than the previous record for an entire year.

MLB, Players Should Be Ashamed Of The Current State Of Baseball (SI) A decision is expected Monday, which should hopefully bring an end to a bitter and lengthy fight, one between two sides hellbent on beating each other. Here’s the thing, though — nobody won.

New York Times Pulitzer Winner Briefly Deletes Account After Sharing Conspiracy Theory (Outkick) Nikole Hannah-Jones, who won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary for her work on the New York Times’ 1619 Project, briefly deleted her Twitter account before reactivating it about an hour later.

Cowboys' Dak Prescott To Sign 2020 Franchise Tag; Contract Talks Expected To Heat Up Ahead Of NFL Deadline (CBS Sports) Prescott will be on the field for Dallas this coming season.

Tennessean Investigating Itself For Religious ‘Hate Speech’ Ad (Outkick) The Tennessean announced that it is investigating its ad sales processes after a religious group ran an following ad that said ‘Islam’ was planning a nuclear attack on Nashville on July 18th.

Tiz The Law Wins An Unusual Belmont Stakes (New York Times) Tiz the Law is a New York-bred colt owned by Sackatoga Stable and trained by the 82-year-old Barclay Tagg.

NYC Shootings Skyrocket As Court Closures Let Pistol Perps Walk Free (New York Post) “We have over 1,000 people that have been indicted on a gun-possession charge, where the cases are open, and they are walking around the streets of New York today,” Chief of Crime Control Strategies Michael LiPetri told The Post.

Jim Kiick, Dolphins' Perfect Season Running Back, Dies At 73 (Yahoo! Sports) The former University of Wyoming star was part of a formidable backfield that included his best friend, Pro Football Hall of Fame fullback Larry Csonka.