The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, May 26, 2020

What The NBA At Disney World Could Look Like If League Finishes Out 2019-20 Season In Florida (CBS Sports) ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex has the theoretical capacity to hold up to 13 games or practices at a time. Here is how that capacity breaks down.

Optimism Over Reopening Pushes Global Stocks Higher (Wall Street Journal) Investors are cheering signs of economic activity resuming faster than some people had expected across parts of the U.S. and elsewhere in the world.

Eli Manning Took Everyone On A Twitter Roller Coaster This Weekend (SI) Eli came out guns blazing and busted out 35 tweets in two days.

The General Election Scenario That Democrats Are Dreading (Politico) 'We are about to see the best economic data we’ve seen in the history of this country,' says a top former economic adviser to Obama.

Nationals’ World Series Rings Feature 170 Diamonds, ‘Baby Shark’ Tribute (Washington Post) The Washington Nationals will receive their World Series rings when they can be physically reunited, but the team unveiled the design for its championship jewelry during a video presentation Sunday night.

The Booze Boom: Here’s What We Drank At Home During Lockdown (CNBC) Off-premise sales of beer and wine have gone up year-on-year during the pandemic, but spirits have surged the most, per Nielsen data.

A Rams Player Burned 10,000 Calories In One Day With An Insane 17-hour Workout (For The Win) Rams safety Taylor Rapp burned 10,000 calories with one day-long workout that included biking, running and swimming.

How Accurate Have State Polls Been? (538) Thanks to our pollster ratings data set, we can quantify which states’ presidential general election polls are the most and least accurate, which can help us better understand the state polls we’ll get later this year.

A Long Conversation With Ryan Dempster About Things On And Off The Mound (The Big Lead) Ryan Dempster spent 16 years in the Major Leagues, more than half of them in Chicago with the Cubs.

Joe Rogan Is The New Mainstream Media (New York Times) Talking to the podcasting king about his monster Spotify deal.

The Match II Is The Most-watched Golf Event In Cable History, Averaging 5.8 Million Viewers Across Turner Networks (Awful Announcing) The Match II delivered record-setting cable television ratings that even topped the final rounds of last year's PGA Championship (CBS) and British Open (NBC).

Michigan Gov. Whitmer Caught In Memorial Day Lockdown Controversy Over Husband's Reported Boat Request (Fox News) Gov. Whitmer faced backlash after a reported request from her husband to get the family's boat out on the water before Memorial Day weekend -- far from their home in Lansing.

Mike Tyson Nears Boxing Return As Another $20 Million Opportunity Emerges (New York Post) The former heavyweight champion is expected to be offered a contract by Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship that will exceed the $20 million pact the company extended to Tyson earlier this month.