Friday, April 8, 2016

33 39 47 239 | Suns defeats Rockets with late 21-12 surge, April 7, 2016 (NBA Rigging)



The link above is to ESPN's 'First Take', where they (Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless, the '33 turds') debate about the significance of the Rockets losing to the Suns, April 7, 2016.  If you watch the highlight, you will hear them explain that the game finished with a 21-12 close by the Suns, located on the 33rd Parallel, in Phoenix, Arizona.  The Suns earned their 21st win with the 21-12 close.  You will also hear Stephen A. Smith say that the Rockets are "tanking" games.  Hmm...

Further, the game summed to 239-points, 124-115.  This is a number that has been showing up in the sports world in a big way, most likely because the country is 239-years old.

Torah = 239
Golden Gate = 239

Arizona = 1+9+9+8+6+5+1 = 39
The Jews go by the 39 Books in the Old Testament

The first book of the Old Testament is 'Genesis'.

Genesis = 7+5+5+5+1+9+1 = 33
Phoenix, 33rd Parallel
21-12 close...

10 comments:

  1. I noticed while I was at working just thinking, that Sept 11, 2001 was a hidden 923.
    9/11/2001 = 9/2/3

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    3. Not bad, Milo. I think you have the same problem I have sometimes with getting close but not quite there, the heart fools the head.

      But you just about nailed that point total.

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  4. Hi Zachary, first time poster, been reading it all, fantastic stuff.

    Just wanted to throw this out.

    Peyton manning, 18, retires after 18 seasons this year. Kobe Bryant also retiring after 18 seasons as well, so what I was looking into was whether or not he would finish the last regular season of his career with exactly 18 wins, which would be two of the final three. A true tribute to 18 on the way out, Kobe winning 18 in his 18th.

    Take care, keep doing what you're doing

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