The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, June 3, 2020

NFL Chief Medical Officer Says He's 'Still Very Optimistic We’ll Be Playing Football In The Fall' Despite Coronavirus (Yahoo! Sports) NFL chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills is feeling good about the league’s season starting on time.

Coronavirus Hospitalizations Keep Falling (Axios) The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 continues to decline, particularly in New York and other northeastern states that were among the hardest hit by the virus.

Why The N.B.A. Is Planning On Going To Disney World (New York Times) ESPN Wide World of Sports, a sprawling 220-acre complex at the mega-resort in Florida, is poised to become the center of the basketball universe.

Why Stocks Could Keep Going Higher Even With Massive Unrest Across America (CNBC) “The market is a forward looking mechanism. They see six months from now, nine months from now there will be more semblance of order. The economy will be coming back, and earnings will be coming back."

Sources: NFL Tells Teams To Hold Training Camps At Practice Facilities (SI) The league plans to announce a tentative start to training camps in late July, per ESPN.

‘Live’ Facebook Protest Videos Drew Millions Of Views, But Some Footage Was Years Old (Wall Street Journal) Live streams from pages run out of Pakistan and Botswana got as many as 20 million views before Facebook interceded.

Shaken De Blasio Pleads For Community Help As Cuomo Chides NYPD Response To Protests (Politico) Gov. Andrew Cuomo chastised the NYPD's response and openly speculated about removing the mayor from office.

Zion Williamson Lawsuits: What We Know About Ex-Duke Star's Legal Battle With Former Agency (CBS Sports) The latest updates in the Pelicans rookie's dispute with Prime Sports Marketing.

Tense Protest Turns Emotional As 60 North Carolina Police Kneel Before Demonstrators (The News & Observer) The three-hour march ended when the officers knelt, “with hugs and hand shakes between the officers and protesters,” WTVD reported.

What Was It Like To Cover Pat Dye?  (Saturday Down South) SEC Media Greats Tell Their Favorite Stories Of That Unique Experience

Sheriff Confirms Will Of ‘Tiger King’ Star Carole Baskin’s Dead Husband Was Forged (New York Post) A Florida sheriff has confirmed wild rumors that the will of Don Lewis, the missing millionaire husband of “Tiger King” star Carole Baskin, was forged.