The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, February 26, 2019

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LeBron James Can Only Blame Teammates So Much After Another Bad Lakers Loss (Washington Post) “He killed the [Lakers’] chemistry,” an anonymous NBA executive said of James.

Michael Cohen To Offer New Russia Details To U.S. Congress (Reuters) Cohen set to offer new information about the president’s private affairs over three consecutive days starting on Tuesday.

Expected Legal Outcomes In Robert Kraft Prostitution Case, With Details Of Video Evidence (SI) Law enforcement officers claim that Kraft twice solicited another person for sex.

Clay Travis on Ole Miss anthem protest

S.E.C. Wants Elon Musk Held In Contempt Of Court For Tesla Post On Twitter (New York Times) Elon Musk has put himself in legal trouble with a post on Twitter. Again.

Arizona’s Sean Miller, LSU’s Will Wade Notified They Will Be Subpoenaed In Federal Hoops Corruption Trial (Yahoo! Sports) A potentially dynamic development in the college basketball corruption case.

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie To Be Elected In Sports Betting Hall Of Fame (Forbes) As governor, Christie made it one of his priorities to legalize sports betting in the state.

Why This Former NBA Champion Wants To Pay College Basketball Players (Wall Street Journal) David West is trying to launch the Historical Basketball League as an alternative to the NCAA.

Chart: How The Definition Of “Journalist” Is Changing (Recode) The plight of journalists might not be that bad if you’re willing to consider a broader view of “journalism.”

10 Players Who Could Be Stars Of The NFL Scouting Combine (USA Today) Rashan Gary, D.K. Metcalf Could Seize Spotlight.

Oscars 2019 Ratings Rise From Last Year To 29.6 Million Viewers (Variety) The ratings for the 2019 Oscars telecast are up slightly from last year.

James Harden’s Streak Comes To An End Thanks To Unthinkable Stat (New York Post) Harden’s stretch with 30 or more points ranks second.

Warren Buffett Bought $114.75 In Stock At Age 11—Here’s How Much It Would Be Worth Now If He’d Bought A Low-Cost Index Fund (CNBC)  “I had become a capitalist, and it felt good.”

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