Sunday, February 28, 2016

46 49 52 96 121 239 | Warriors defeat Thunder 121-118, Curry scores 46, in pursuit of all-time best regular season winning record






Notice the 1:44 timestamp.  Recall how Kerr rejoined the the Warriors for their 44th game, this year, in their 44th season of being in Golden State.  Let us not forget the NBA Finals begin on a date with '44' numerology this season, 6/2/2016 = 6+2+20+16 = 44


Notice the Warriors won with '121' points.

Warriors = 23+1+18+18+9+15+18+19 = 121

Further, notice the combined score was 239 points, and the Warriors came into the game with 52-wins.  Again, 239, is the 52nd prime, and this year the United States of America is 239-years old.  In September I pointed out that the Pope's visit ending in Philadelphia, would likely have an impact on the scripted professional sports teams, which connects to the Golden State Warriors, who are originally from Philadelphia

Pope = 16+15+16+5 = 52
Pope met with 44th President on 23/9, or September 23
Golden State Warriors are 44-years old this season


Notice that Curry had 46-points.  Remember, the Warriors are pursuing the Chicago Bulls all-time winning record for an NBA season.

http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/02/46-warriors-record-season-and-pursuit.html

Chicago = 3+8+9+3+1+7+15 = 46
Curry, 46 points


This game took place 96-days before the start of the NBA Finals.

Freemason = 6+18+5+5+13+1+19+15+14 = 96



See what LeBron and other NBA stars have to say about Curry's play in this article from Bleacher Report.


The Warriors also became the first team to clinch a playoff spot, 49-days before the start of the NBA Playoffs, April 16, 2016.





Warriors = 5+1+9+9+9+6+9+1 = 49
Warriors = 23+1+18+18+9+15+18+19 = 121

You have to love it, clinching a playoff birth, 49-days before the playoffs, with a 121-point win.

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  2. JrbrownFebruary 28, 2016 at 9:20 AM
    That game was scripted as hell durant fouled out on purpose or got cheap foul calls and they let curry shoot 3s it's pathetic that no one can see that no teams play defense on curry lol they use to lock down Lebron .. Wonder why they allowed curry to be the face of the NBA wonder what happen , like KD couple of years ago only difference he didn't win the title

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    1. Yeah its pathetic. Fuck curry and the nba.

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    2. It's their masonic contrast zthe light vs the dark, light is Curry and dark is LeBron, does the dark Knight rise, in these sports they love to build a team up and then crush the fans heart when they lose

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  3. They must have a magnet in the ball or some shit. They sure as hell wouldn't leave it up to chance.

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    2. Curry is an amazing basketball player, I've been saying this since he was in college. These guys are pros and they are the best. I am a very good shooter myself, leave me open and you can put three more up on the board before I even shoot. Curry is my expectation for what a pro basketball player should be, I don't know why there aren't more like him.

      All that said, the magnet is possible. There have been way, way more amazing last second shots in the last five or so years of the NBA. I'll never forget the Brandon Roy over Yao Ming.

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  4. Warriors old coach (Mark Jackson) also ended his stint with 121 wins as coach

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