Friday, May 27, 2016

48 213 | If it's all about 'James', Cavs should close series tonight, May 27, 2016


5/27/16 = 5+27+16 = 48
James = 10+1+13+5+19 = 48 (223, 48th Prime Number)

Today is also 213-days from the start of the NBA season.  What's up with 213?



Don't forget the Oklahoma City Thunder's connection to Lupercalia this year, and how that synchs up with the NBA Finals as well.  Also, let us not forget their '223' gematria.  I'm really torn right now on a Warriors comeback, and OKC advancing in six.

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  1. LeBron greatest basketball player of all time

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    1. Lol I guess that guy from north Carolina who wore number 23 never played in the nba

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    2. He sucked. Couldnt win anything without Pippen. Lebron would physically dominate Jordan. Refs made Jordan

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    3. Well yeah but theoretically if they could be compared LeBron is more complete

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    4. I don't think Jordan was created in a lab, not so sure about Bron-bron.

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  2. On the screen was CLV 43 TOR 33 with Toronto shooting at the free throw line. They showed a graphic in the crowd of a girl holding a sign for Toronto 3-3. I see Toronto winning at home, then it going to 7 with Cavs winning at home.

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    1. Really I was about to post that. Glad I wasn't the only one. 4-3 equals Champion.


      Also his game 6 record would be 8-2.....9-2 makes sense for Ohio and 29. 8-2 is 16....9-2 is 18.

      Dang isn't 55 a bad number ?

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    2. Today is 23 day. Cle easy money

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  3. And I think Warriors go 7, win at home. Then Warriors & Cavs finals and Cavs win game 7.

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    1. Nah Cleveland Closing out at Home.

      On 6-16-16.

      216 in the slogan. 2 16s.

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  4. To me, from just observing things, it's alway numbers and narrative, circles and cycles

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  5. Game 3....57-41 halftime....Now 55-41

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    1. Lol lebron played 23:23 in the first half

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  7. I think OKC will finish it tom because NHL finals start Monday. They may not want the two games going on at the same time even tho nobody watched hockey. Too bad all the money is on OKC or I wouldve been very confident on this. Either way I dont care who makes it bc Cle is winning it all.

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    1. Lol You know this OKC Series is ratings Heaven right? How the fuck do these Finals Highlights have 300k after a day on YouTube? That's just one channel to.

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    2. Please dont comment on my comments. You havent earned that priveledge

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  8. If Cleveland does win today. Tryon Lues record would be 12-2....Golden state.

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  9. Dang OKC GSW game 6 is on a 49 day. 5+28+16 = 49. Warriors = 49. I do not want gsw to win, I hate them.

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  11. Gotta love the 23 point lead with 3:08 to play.

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  12. Lol lebron came in the game to score 33 points

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    1. right lol, had no reason to come back in and as soon as he hit the free throw he fouled and walked offf lmao.

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    2. It's also funny who he gets to his six straight nba finals in Toronto which is know as the 6

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    3. Which is probably along the lines of what LeBron said to him earlier that got Drake laughing.

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  14. The points that the big 3 scored today is very obvious kyrie 30 LeBron 33 love 20 all sums to 83 which is the 23rd prime number king James wears #23 what's really going on?

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  15. Cavaliers Win Game Six = 2300

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  17. I'm not sure if this means anything, but the photo above was taken by Vaughn Ridley of Getty Images...

    Vaughn Ridley = 137

    137, is the 33rd prime...

    Getty Images = 131

    Championship = 131

    131, is the 32nd prime...

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