The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, February 6, 2019

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Sixers Go For It With Tobias Harris, Clippers Prepare For Summer 2019 (SI) The first major trade deadline domino fell Wednesday morning, as the Clippers and 76ers agreed upon a deal.

Trump Lays Out Agenda To Divided Congress In Second State Of The Union (CBS News) 76% of Americans who tuned in to Trump’s State of the Union address approved of his speech.

The Lakers Aren’t Handling Limbo Very Well (The Ringer) First a shouting match in the locker room, and now a 42-point loss to Pacers.

Yearbook Pages At Northam’s Medical School Recorded Memories And Prejudices (New York Times) After initially saying that he was in the photo, Northam has since said he was not and that he had not seen the photo before.

Governor Northam’s Yearbook 

The 10 Biggest Freaks In The 2019 Recruiting Class (247 Sports) The 2019 recruiting cycle comes to a close today with the nation’s remaining unsigned prospects inking with the college program of their choice on National Signing Day.

Elizabeth Warren Listed Race As ‘American Indian’ In Newly Revealed Texas State Bar Card (Fox News) The first known instance of Warren claiming Native American ancestry in an official document or in her own handwriting.

How Free Agency Came To College Football (Wall Street Journal) Rules changes that have made transferring easier for players have made high school recruiting just the first step in attracting talent.

Animal Thunderdome

John Wall’s Injury Could Force Bradley Beal To Ask For A Trade (Washington Post) Wall is expected to miss at least 12 months after he undergoes another surgery.

Better Buy: Netflix Vs. Alphabet (Motley Fool) You’re probably spending a lot of time engaging with their services. Which stock deserves your money?

Bama Will Come This Close To Signing The Highest-rated Recruiting Class Ever (SB Nation) The Tide will approach the per-player record, but probably not top it.

This Dinosaur Had A Mohawk Of Horns (The Atlantic) The Bajadasaurus might have presented a “disturbing fence” to lurking predators.