The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

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Mistakes Were Made: How The Night King And Gregg Popovich Failed Their Teams (The Ringer) Bad strategy, poor clock management, and a lack of roster help—two legends fell this weekend, and their demises shared a number of parallels.

U.S. Youth Suicides Up After Netflix Show, Cause Unclear – Study (Reuters) Suicides by young Americans rose by nearly a third in the month following the 2017 debut of popular Netflix television drama series “13 Reasons Why.”

PJ Tucker Does More For The Rockets By Doing Less. A Lot Less. (538) Few role players have had a bigger impact than Houston’s PJ Tucker.

Video Of Kraft At Spa Will Not Be Released Ahead Of Trial (New York Times) Judge Joseph Marx broadened a previous order from another judge, who last week temporarily blocked the release of videos involving Mr. Kraft.

NBA Rules James Harden Was Not Fouled On Late 3-point Attempt Against Warriors In Game 1 (Yahoo! Sports) The NBA refs got it right. Houston Rockets star James Harden was not fouled.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Submits Resignation Letter (Wall Street Journal) Rosenstein submitted his resignation letter Monday, ending a tumultuous two years in which he tried to steady a rocky Justice Department and its relationship with the White House.

Tiger Woods, Occasional Golfer, Is The Smart Plan Moving Forward (Yahoo! Sports) Woods has decided not to play in a golf tournament between majors—choosing to use the four weeks between the Masters and the PGA Championship to rest.

Robert Downey Jr. And Marvel Created A Box Office Streak Few Thought Was Possible. (Washington Post) Now they are doing something even more surprising.

Frank Caliendo Pranked Arizona Cardinals’ GM Steve Keim With Pre-draft Impersonations Of Jon Gruden And Reporters (Awful Announcing) Caliendo had some fun with Keim ahead of the draft, calling him with impersonations of various NFL figures.

Facebook Almost Missed The Mobile Revolution. It Can’t Afford To Miss The Next Big Thing. (Vox) The social network you love — or hate — needs a radical reboot.

Watch Colin Kaepernick Play In Quavo’s ‘Huncho Day’ Flag Football Game (NBC Sports) Kaepernick has not suited up in an NFL game since Jan. 1, 2017, the final game of the 2016 season.