Monday, March 21, 2016

39 | Tim Duncan, the NBA Spurs and the 2016 NBA Finals


The Spurs are in their 39th year of existence in the NBA, a significant number, and one that was quite prominent in the recent Super Bowl where the Broncos defeated the Panthers.

Gregg = 7+9+5+7+7 = 35
Charles = 3+8+1+9+3+5+1 = 30/39
Popovich = 7+6+7+6+4+9+3+8 = 50/68 (Spurs joined the NBA in '76)
Gregg Charles Popovich = 115/124/133/142 (Thirty-Nine = 142) (Forty-Two = 142)
Gregg Popovich = 85 (Basketball)

Gregg = 7+18+5+7+7 = 44
Charles = 3+8+1+18+12+5+19 = 66
Popovich = 16+15+16+15+22+9+3+8 = 104
Gregg Charles Popovich = 214
Gregg Popovich = 148

His 104 name gematria reminds me of how the Spurs just picked up their 104th win against the Warriors, March 19, 2016.  It was arguably the biggest game of the NBA season for any team in 2015-16.



1/28/1949 = 1+28+19+49 = 97
1/28/1949 = 1+28+(1+9+4+9) = 52
1/28/1949 = 1+2+8+1+9+4+9 = 34
1/28/49 = 1+28+49 = 78 (NBA Finals)

Notice that Popovich is currently 67-years old, the Spurs joined the NBA in '67 and the NBA '76 after the ABA and NBA merged.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregg_Popovich

Notice the nickname's 'Coach Pop' and 'Pop'.  Pop has gematria of '47' reminding of the year of the first NBA Championship, and 'Coach Pop' has a connection to 'San Antonio'.

Coach = 3+6+1+3+8 = 21
Pop = 7+6+7 = 20
Coach Pop = 41 (San Antonio)

Coach = 3+15+1+3+8 = 30
Pop = 16+15+16 = 47 (Year of first NBA Championship)
Coach Pop = 77

Let us also decode the team he has coached since '96.

San Antonio = 1+1+5+1+5+2+6+5+9+6 = 41/50
Spurs = 1+7+3+9+1 = 21/30/39 (Spurs are in their 39th season of existence) (Duncan is 39)
San Antonio Spurs = 62/80/89


San Antonio = 19+1+14+1+14+20+15+14+9+15 = 122
Spurs = 19+16+21+18+19 = 93 (39-years old, reflection of 93)
San Antonio Spurs = 215


Tim Duncan joined the team in 1997, 1-year after Popovich.


Timothy = 2+9+4+6+2+8+7 = 38 (Tim = 2+9+4 = 15)
Theodore = 2+8+5+6+4+6+9+5 = 45
Duncan = 4+3+5+3+1+5 = 21 (Spurs = 21/30/39) (Duncan is currently 39)
Timothy Theodore Duncan = 104
Timothy Duncan = 59 (Number stamped on black people)
Tim Duncan = 36

Timothy = 20+9+13+15+20+8+25 = 110 (Tim = 20+9+13 = 42)
Theodore = 20+8+5+15+4+15+18+5 = 90
Duncan = 4+21+14+3+1+14 = 57 (Fifty-Seven = Championship)
Timothy Theodore Duncan = 257
Tim Duncan = 99

4/25/1976 = 4+25+19+76 = 124
4/25/1976 = 4+25+(1+9+7+6) = 52
4/25/1976 = 4+2+5+1+9+7+6 = 34
4/25/76 = 4+25+76 = 105 (Zionism, Masonry) (Spurs going for 105th win against Warriors 4/7/16)

We saw earlier this year how '39' worked out for Peyton Manning and the Broncos.  That said, Peyton Manning was a regular contributor to the team, starting at QB for most of the season.  Tim Duncan, who is 39, will turn 40 nine days after the start of the NBA Playoffs.  Making matters more interesting, Tim Duncan's birthday comes in a span of days, 39, before the start of the NBA Finals, April 25 to June 2.


Recall, the Warriors just lost to the Spurs on the 79th day of the year, defeating the Warriors who were held to a season low 79-points.

Champion = 3+8+1+13+16+9+15+14 = 79

Also notice how 'Spurs' connects to 'Horses', just like Cavaliers, just like Broncos.  The first team LeBron ever lost to in the NBA Finals was the Spurs, when he was on the Cavs, in 2007, nine years ago.

12 comments:

  1. "tim duncan wins sixth nba finals" in the English Ordinal system equals 322

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    1. Good catch. NBA Finals = 322, Jewish Gematria

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  2. Umm..

    "spurs beat warriors advance to nba finals " in the English Reduction system equals 144

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  3. Spurs lost tonight to the Hornets blew a big lead

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    1. Hmmm... North Carolina.... basketball land.

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    2. duh they were going to lose this , warriors and spurs on losses are on the road. lol

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  4. Spurs lost tonight to the Hornets blew a big lead

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  5. Funny that in the English Premier League ... the top 2 teams fighting for the league title are the freemason favourite, Leicester City, and Tottenham Hotspur ( Their nickname is 'Spurs' ) :)

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  6. Remember this zach?

    from the comments...

    http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2015/11/223-clippers-need-to-embrace-villain.html#comment-form

    ""The NBA announced changes to the schedule format for the 2016 NBA Finals on Wednesday. The league confirmed there will now be two days between games when the series must change locations.

    Marc Stein of ESPN reported that altering the approach, which previously locked the games into either Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday, is part of an ongoing effort to build more recovery time into the schedule. It goes for both the regular season and the playoffs, as NBA Vice President of Basketball Operations Kiki Vandeweghe discussed last month.

    "Our focus was really on players' rest and recuperation," Vandeweghe said, per ESPN. "We've worked hard with the teams, the broadcast partners and the venues to get the overall travel down and more time between games."‎

    As a result, here's how the Finals schedule will look next June:

    Last season's championship series, which featured the Golden State Warriors defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games, ended June 16. So the league has been able to revamp the schedule without adding any additional dates.

    That was a crucial factor for one of the league's most influential people. San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich told Dan McCarney of the San Antonio Express-News back in March that he was drawing a red line at the end of June.

    "I think the season is long enough," Popovich said. "I will not come to work in July. If there's a game in July, count me out."

    Asked if that included NBA Finals games, he confirmed his stance: "Count me out. Count me out. Life is too short."

    Now, of course, it's unlikely Popovich would have walked away from his team on July 1 ahead of a potential Game 7 with the title on the line, but his point is clear. Even a coach with an aging group of stars in Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili doesn't want to stretch the season out too long just to build in more rest."

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  7. Here were my comments from that post...

    "Just noticed...

    NBA Finals ended on 6/16 (6/7) (13)

    Wariors in Simple Gematria Equals: 103 (13)

    In the article....
    He used the word "red line" = 67 (13)

    Also, could this be a clue?
    "As a result, here's how the Finals schedule will look next June:

    Last season's championship series, which featured the Golden State Warriors defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games, ended June 16. So the league has been able to revamp the schedule without adding any additional dates."

    Sounds like either 1, or both of these teams will make the finals again this year........

    also look at Gregg Popovich.
    He is currently "66" years old...... and would be age "67" during the finals....... So he has a connection to the finishing date of the finals this year above....

    also check this out...... He's been assistant coach to Cleveland, Warriors..... and a volunteer assistant at KANSAS University.

    Definitely keep an eye on this guy....."

    "look at that...

    San Antonio in Simple Gematria Equals: 122"

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  8. Very interesting stuff can't wait for the playoffs

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  9. Red line, a 'rose GOLD' ending

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