Wednesday, May 4, 2016

18 54 74 666 | Cavs up 74-38 over Hawks at 'halftime', May 4, 2016 (Record "18" 3-Pointers)


I want to know how many teams have had 74 points at the half before... that's a lot.

Halftime = 8+1+12+6+20+9+13+5 = 74

I also love the +23 for LeBron James at the half.



The Cavs made a record eighteen 3-pointers, which is a combined 54 points, on May 4, 2016.

18x3 = 54
May 4 or 5/4

It ties in with their nickname.

Cavaliers = 3+1+4+1+3+9+5+9+1 = 36/45/54/63

The '36' and '63' connections bode well in 2016.

2016 = 20+16 = 36 (1-36 summed totals 666)
When you sum one through sixty-three, it totals 2016

Coming back to those record 18 "threes".

18 = 6+6+6 (THE NBA FINALS = 666)

Today also has '18' numerology.

5/4/2016 = 5+4+2+0+1+6 = 18

14 comments:

  1. Cavs made 18 3 pointers. The record was 12.

    18*3 = 54 like todays date 5/4

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  2. 36-point halftime lead is the biggest by any team in the 1st half of a playoff game since 1987.

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    1. Nice find. 19+87 = 106 like phophecy

      Lebron James = 114
      History =114

      Lebron hit the three that broke the record which was the 13th three

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    3. Kyrie hit the 22nd 3 to give them the record. Got to love the 22 3 or 223 they flashed on the screen.

      22*3 = 66

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    4. Kyrie's last name is Irving
      Irving = 79
      79 is the 22nd Prime number
      Basketball = 22

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    5. That is 29-years ago. Ohio = 29

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  4. Thats a 74 for the big daddy 47s out there, and a 38 for Death.

    Meet your next cursed city once Cleveland gets the gold.

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    1. Goodness 74 at halftime. SMH

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    2. Been paying it off since the Braves in 95, the Olympics sealed the fate.

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  5. How bout all the

    May the Fourth---160, 960

    May the Fourth be with you---288, 2662(J)

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