The Daily Outkick: Monday, April 22, 2019

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NFL Draft 2019: Seven-round Mock Drafts, Big Boards, Team Needs, Draft Picks For All 32 Teams (CBS Sports) Get ready for the NFL Draft with everything you need to know about all 32 teams.

Apple Spends More Than $30 Million On Amazon’s Cloud Every Month (CNBC) Apple’s cloud expenditure reflects the company’s determination to deliver online services like iCloud quickly and reliably, even if it must depend on a rival to do so.

Russell Westbrook Relents With Reporter After Awful Shooting Night: ‘Good Question’ (Yahoo! Sports) If there was ever a time Westbrook didn’t want to talk to the media this year, it might have been Sunday night.

The Calm Before The Battle (The Ringer) The second episode of Game of Thrones’ final season consists of a single type of scene, repeated over and over, in different permutations and tones, until the hour is up.

Clay Travis: Game of Thrones season 8, episode 2 reaction 

The Job Of The Future Is Editor In Chief (Axios) There’s a growing need for people who can steer teams to tell stories and deliver information in a way that gets potential customers to take heed.

Nets’ G.M. Sean Marks Suspended For Entering The Referees’ Locker Room (New York Times) Marks will miss Game 5 and will pay for the incident both with his paycheck for the day and a $25,000 fine.

Yale Students Aren’t Ready To Close The Book On The School’s Libraries Just Yet (Washington Post) During the past few years, Yale University has seen more than its fair share of student activism. But another recent cause celebre in New Haven was notably geekier: Save the books.

You Don’t Have To See Perfectly To Shoot Like Stephen Curry (Wall Street Journal) He became the best shooter in NBA history without contact lenses. And it’s because 20/20 vision isn’t that important in basketball.

Jussie Smollett’s Brother Says Actor Is Suffering From ‘Night Terrors’ (New York Post) Smollett’s determination to become a victim has taken yet another turn.

Playoff Roundup: Sharks Force Game 7 After Marathon Overtime Thriller (SI) Also, the drama of Toronto-Boston is getting a seventh episode yet again.

Netflix Is Finally Testing a “Shuffle” Feature for Certain Series (Vanity Fair) The streaming service offers enough choice of series—why not let them pick the episode?

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