Wednesday, May 4, 2016

23 722 | Cavs make record twenty-third three pointer in NBA Playoffs, May 4, 2016

The twenty-third raddled through at 7:22.  It's amazing.

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    1. The reflection of 227
      Twenty two divided by seven = 314 or 3.14 like pi

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    2. The guy that makes the shot breaking the all time single game record was signed 4/13 the reflection is 314 or 3.14 haha

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    3. And the announcer called it

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    4. I loved how the announcer was talking about the New Jersey Nets, while Richard Jefferson, #24 was bringing the ball up the court, who played for the Nets for a big part of his career. The Cavs would then hit record breaker #24, on a pass from Richard Jefferson himself.

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    5. Moe williams is #52 and he hit the 25th three.

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  2. https://twitter.com/ESPNNBA/status/728023199103995904

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    1. Wow! Notice the 523 or 5/23.

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    2. https://twitter.com/ESPNNBA/status/728023199103995904

      posted at 5:47 with 1530 retweets so far. Everything is magical!

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  3. Go look at Sasha Kaun. He was added this year. His birthday is 5/8/85. I think thats why he was added. They gave Mo Williams that 52 number for a reason. Kobe 5-2 in finals

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    1. The narrative is will Lebron go to 2-5 or will Duncan go to 5-2 in the finals. Thats the only thing I can think of as to why 25 keeps popping up

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    2. They Signed MoWilliams on 7/1....71=144. 33 years old.

      Date numerology of 52 43 and 16 and signed for 4.3million.


      July 10 to June 2nd is a span of 10months and 23 days.


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  4. Corner Back of Giants Bennet Jacksons father died today.
    https://twitter.com/B_Jax2/status/727987336076742656

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  5. EliApple to wear number 28.....2+8 Lol

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  6. Does anyone breakdown Miami-tornto series? I would like to atleast know whats going on.

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    1. Miami is gunna take it, just for the obvious Miami-Cleveland conference final. Wade and LeBron have not faced one another in the playoffs, and it makes sense for LeBron to beat his old squad in order to finally climb to the top with Cleveland. Miami in 6

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    2. Miami can't beat the Cavs, Cavs in 6 or 7

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