The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

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Russell Wilson Announces New Seahawks Mega-deal From Bed (New York Post) It is a 4-year, $140 million extension in new money and includes a $65 million signing bonus.

Money Doesn’t Matter In Modern Presidential Races (Axios) President Trump probably could have won in 2016 with no money. You can’t put a price tag on free Twitter coverage, free cable coverage and all the stories flowing from both.

Clippers Overcome 31-Point Deficit To Defeat Warriors, Complete Largest Comeback In Playoff History (SI) The Warriors blew a 30-point third quarter lead against the Clippers on Monday night, losing 135-131 at Oracle Arena in Oakland.

Are Americans More Divided On #MeToo Issues? (538) There is some evidence that more people from both parties view sexual harassment as a problem today than did before.

Tiger Woods Rewards Nike’s Loyalty With Masters Win (Wall Street Journal) Experts say the victory could restart Mr. Woods’s endorsement machine and provide a boost to Nike’s golf business.

How To Quit Your Phone And Change Your Life By … Doing Nothing (The Ringer) A new book by artist and author Jenny Odell suggests a radically simple solution.

NHL Suspends Leafs’ Kadri For Rest Of First Round Vs Bruins (Yahoo! Sports) The NHL has suspended Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri for the rest of the first round of the playoffs for cross-checking Bruins winger Jake DeBrusk in the head.

Sanders Leads Crowded 2020 Democrats Field In Total Fundraising (Reuters) Sanders has raised more money than his rivals, with more of it coming from small-dollar donors and more from outside his home state.

Tiger Woods Shook Up Golf At The Masters. It Might Be Just The Beginning. (New York Times) Brooks Koepka felt confident going out on this limb: “I think 18 is a whole lot closer than people think.”

Notre Dame Cathedral: Salma Hayek’s French Billionaire Husband Pledges More Than $100M For Rebuild (Fox News) Pinault announced Tuesday that he will draw almost $113 million in funds from his family’s investment firm.

Lawrence Cherono Wins Closest Boston Marathon Since 1988 (The Washington Post) Cherono won the 123rd running of the marathon in what was very nearly a photo finish.

Box Office: Hollywood Hoping For “Herculean Reversal Of Fortune” After Worst Early Slump In 6 Years (Hollywood Reporter) Revenue at the North American box office was an estimated $2.74 billion, the lowest showing since 2013 for the comparable time period.

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