## Saturday, March 5, 2016

### 35 42 44 | The Cavs 44th win of the season, later today, March 5, 2016, against the Boston Celtics

The Cavs will earn their 44th win today, and I expect King James will have a numerological significant game.

3/5/2016 = 3+5+20+16 = 44 (King James)
3/5/2016 = 3+5+2+0+1+6 = 17 (NBA)
3/5/16 = 3+5+16 = 24

The date 3/5 with the numerology of '44' couldn't be anymore fitting for 'King James'.

King = 2+9+5+7 = 23
James = 1+1+4+5+1 = 12/21
King James = 35/44

Let us not forget the NBA Finals start on a date with '44' numerology this season, and the Golden State Warriors, who are in their 44th year of existence in Golden State, will be the likely opponent for the Cavs, who seek to break the 51-year drought of no Cleveland pro sports championships.

6/2/2016 = 6+2+20+16 = 44
Warriors, in 44th year of existence, like opponent for Cavs in NBA Finals

Further, notice that today's game comes 42-days before the start of the NBA Playoffs, April 16, 2016.

Remember, 42 connects to 'LeBron James', 'Cleveland Cavs' and 'NBA Finals'.

LeBron = 3+5+2+9+6+5 = 30
James = 1+1+4+5+1 = 12/21
LeBron James = 42/51

Cleveland = 3+3+5+4+5+3+1+5+4  = 33
Cavs = 3+1+4+1 = 9/18
Cleveland Cavs = 42/51

NBA = 5+2+1 = 8
Finals = 6+9+5+1+3+1 = 25/34
NBA Finals = 33/42

The span of 1 month and 11 days is also interesting, in regards to 'The NBA Finals'.

Let us not forget that Cleveland is home of the 216 area code.

666... 6x6x6 = 216

The game is in Ohio.

Let us close out with a little Boston Celtics decode and see why they're a fitting opponent for March 5.  Please understand that the games are scripted this way, and those who create the schedule are very familiar with the language of gematria.

Boston = 2+6+1+2+6+5 = 22/31 (Basketball = 22/31)
Celtics = 3+5+3+2+9+3+1 = 26/35
Boston Celtics = 48/66 (LeBron = 66)

Boston = 2+15+19+20+15+14 = 85 (Basketball = 85)
Celtics = 3+5+12+20+9+3+19 = 71
Boston Celtics = 156

Notice how the number '33' connects to the name 'Boston Celtics'.

The Celtics most famous player of all-time, Larry Bird, wore the #33.

Bird = 2+9+18+4 = 33
Bird, #33