Before the game I heard Paul Pierce, aka "The Truth", say he expects Cavs to win big, a double digit margin. Boy did "The Truth" call it.
The thirty point margin of victory might have been a tribute to the date numerology.
6/8/16 = 6+8+16 = 30
Also, before the game, I noticed the Muhammad Ali tribute came at 6:03 PST / 9:03 EST, it was only for ten or twenty seconds, but remember, Ali just passed on 6/3, 63-days before the Olympics, when the Prophet Muhammad died at age 63.
1st Quarter- 33 Cavs, 16 Warriors (49 combined points)
2nd Quarter- 18 Cavs, 27 Warriors (45 combined points)
The Cavs were stuck on 33-points for an exceptionally long time to start the second quarter, not by coincidence.
Halftime- 51 Cavs, 43 Warriors (94 combined points)
LeBron James = 51
Cleveland = 51
Cleveland Cavs = 51
Conspiracy = 51
51-year drought in Cleveland at beginning of NBA season
3rd Quarter- 38 Cavs, 26 Warriors (64 points) (No wins in Cleveland since 64)
*When the Warriors scored their 46th points, Marc Jackson began talking about Sean Rooks, who just passed at age 46 the day earlier, according to reports...
4th Quarter- 31 Cavs, 21 Warriors (52 points) (No championships in Cleveland now for 52-years...)
Ninety-points has a connection to 'NBA Finals' and 'Cleveland', where the game was played.
Ninety = 33
Cleveland = 33
NBA Finals = 33
Whenever I see '120', I think of 'Illuminati'.
Also, if this series goes to 7 Games, it will be the 120th game all-time between the two teams.
The Big Three scored 35-points...
The interim Big Three scored 82-points...
James and Irving combined for 62, reminding of the start of the Finals, June 2, or 6/2.
Tonight stats don't pop as much, but that might be because of my own limitations in understanding. The 48 makes for Cleveland might be a tribute to 'James'. 'Illuminati' the small way also sums to '48'. 120 points on 48 shots?
From the start of the season to today's game was 226 days, or 32-weeks and 2-days. The 226 reminds me of the key game last season between the two teams, February 26, or 2/26. LeBron won big in that game as well.
***Tonight marked the first time all season that Curry failed to score less than twenty-points in three consecutive games.