The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, July 16, 2019

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An Epic Wimbledon Final Gives Way To Plans For A Grand Future (New York Times) All England Club officials plan to vastly expand the venue over five years, and Novak Djokovic aims for longevity that matches Roger Federer’s.

Facebook Confronts Bipartisan Resistance To Cryptocurrency Plans (Wall Street Journal) Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, other U.S. officials raise concerns about Libra project ahead of executive’s congressional testimony.

The Three Most Fascinating Implications Of The NFL’s Best Horrible Proposal Yet (The Ringer) A report suggests that the league is looking into an 18-game regular season in which individual players can play only 16 games.

Q2 Fundraising: Trump Still Winning The Money Race (Axios) If fundraising is a proxy for voter enthusiasm, Sanders is positioned for another long presidential race.

We Watched 906 Foul Balls To Find Out Where The Most Dangerous Ones Land (538) Bloomberg News estimated in 2014 that 1,750 fans per year are hurt by batted balls at MLB games.

Beto O’Rourke’s Presidential Campaign Raised Only $3.6 Million In The Second Quarter (CNBC) The haul puts O’Rourke in the lower tier of 2020 contenders who have struggled to raise campaign cash to keep pace with the primary leaders

Sports Betting A Go At New York Casinos (New York Post) Sports betting in New York is expected to begin on Tuesday, with the first of four upstate casinos set to win official approval from the State Gaming Commission.

When AOC, Ilhan Omar And The ‘Squad’ Are Talking, Democrats Are Losing (Fox News) Twitter is not America. Twitter is a tiny, foul-smelling sewer where unhappy people share their fever dreams. The rest of the country is a very different place.

Everything You Need To Know And Might Have Missed From Day 1 Of SEC Media Days (Saturday Down South) College football is here, y’all.

The Future Of Netflix: Is It Really As Doom And Gloom As People Are Saying? (Forbes) Netflix fights back with original content: More than 40 million accounts have watched ‘Stranger Things 3’ since its debut July 4.

Report: Ben Simmons, 76ers Agree To Five-Year, $170M Maximum Contract Extension (SI) The Sixers also signed forward Tobias Harris to a five-year extension and added five-time All-Star Al Horford to the roster on a four-year deal.