Thursday, June 16, 2016

22 31 33 58 216 | NBA Finals Game 6 Discussion Thread (Try not to fight over who is right)

'33' is a big number on the game.

Cleveland = 33
NBA Finals = 33
Game Six = 33

We'll also see if any tributes are paid to '166' for June 16.

The numerology of the date is as follows:

6/16/2016 = 6+16+20+16 = 58 (Freemasonry)
6/16/2016 = 6+16+(2+0+1+6) = 31 (Basketball) (LeBron's age) (Curry)
6/16/2016 = 6+1+6+2+0+1+6 = 22 (Basketball)
6/16/16 = 6+16+16 = 38

Today is 233-days since the start of the NBA season, or a total span of 234-days, connecting back to '666'.

Here are discussions ESPN has going on pre game.

Notice the 'Defend the Land' banner in the stands.  It has a connection to 'championship' and 'prophecy' through the 'Key of David' coding of '102'.

Uh oh, you know what's up with '213'...

At the end of the first quarter, the score is 11-31, for a sum of 42, in favor of 'LeBron James' and Cleveland.  For Golden State, this is a low for the season, 11-points in the first quarter.

LeBron James = 42 (31-years old)

At halftime, the Cavs lead 59-43, for a sum of 102-points.  The difference of 16-points stands out with this being the 2016 NBA Finals.

Sixteen = 33/42/96

United States of America = 102
Slavery = 102
The Civil War began the 102nd day of the year, April 12

Slave = 59

Charleston = 43
Civil War = 43

Remember upcoming Juneteenth anniversary for Game 7

At the end of the third quarter, we get a sum of 151-points, the 36th prime number.

Cleveland = 3+3+5+4+5+3+1+5+4 = 33
Cavaliers = 3+1+4+1+3+9+5+9+1 = 36
Cleveland Cavaliers = 69 (Philadelphia Warriors won first championship 69-years ago)

I liked how #13, Tristan Thompson scored the 99th point on a pass from LeBron in his 13th season.

The score also gave the Cavs a 13-point lead.

Before the game they made a point about how Curry hasn't fouled out all season, I thought that would be something to keep an eye on.  With 4:22 in the fourth, he fouls out for the first time since December of 2013.

He received a technical foul after being thrown out, causing him to throw his mouth piece, which hit a fan.  He was then ejected for the first time in his career.

On the technical foul free-throw, the score would come to a sum of 187-points.  Symbolic?

And in comical fashion, the game ends with 216 points, the Cleveland area code.

You have to like the Philadelphia tribute as well.

Could the '115' points have been a tribute to the 'mouthpiece' moment?  Will Curry, the boy born in Akron, Ohio 39-months after LeBron, help deliver a championship to Cleveland?  If so, I'm going to call it the "prophecy of the mouthpiece".

It has been 52-years, since 1964, since Cleveland has won a pro sports championship.