Tuesday, June 7, 2016

22 36 44 57 67 79 151 | The death of Cleveland Browns Executive VP, Bryan Wiedmeier, June 7, 2016 (Brain Cancer0


Dead from 'brain' 'cancer' on 'June Seventh'?

Keep in mind a coach in Philadelphia also died today.  Both Cleveland and Philadelphia have connections to the current NBA Finals ongoing.  The Warriors are originally from Philly.



That's a lot of forty-four.



The name of the executive connects to 'Cavaliers', the Cleveland team currently in the NBA Finals.  This death comes before the first game in Cleveland for the NBA Finals.



His name also connects to 'basketball' and 'champion'; also murder.






And would you believe the age he passed at?  Yes, 57.



Of course, dying on June 7, or 6/7, is also suspect.


Checkout this detail from the article...  what was the score?


11 comments:

  1. Wow! Nice clues. 7-6 victory for the Browns and he dies on 6/7. 7+6 = 13 for Lebrons 13th season.
    Cleveland Comeback = 131
    The date of the Chargers/Browns game referenced was on 10/28/12.
    1+0+2+8+2+0+1+2 = 16 (for 2016?)
    10+28+(2+0+1+2) = 43 (for 4-3 series?)
    10+28+20+12 = 70 (Cavs in 7?)

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    1. Also he joined the Browns organization on January 11, 2010.
      1/11/10.
      The NBA Finals = 111
      NBA Finals = 42
      1+11+20+10 = 42

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    2. In the box score for the Chargers Browns game...

      http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201210280cle.htm

      It says the start time was 1:06 pm. (prophecy)
      Temperature was 44 degrees.
      Over/Under was set at 41 points. (goes with all the 41 on Lebron).
      The two field goals made by SD Kicker Nick Novak were 43 and 31 yards.

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    3. October 28 is when the NBA season is typically starting.

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    4. The 2012/13 season started on 10/30/12.
      It was the 67th NBA Season (death on 6/7).
      It started with the Heat playing the Celtics. LeBron was on the heat team... Heat 120 - Celtics 107

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    5. Chargers = 79
      To go with your run of 79 above matching Bryan Wiedemeier

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  2. Man this is fishy. If cle gets 2 at home that would really change momentum of
    this series. lets see what happens

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    1. The Cavs will do fine, there is much more money to be made in a 7 game series then in a 4 game series.

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  3. I find it weird that Pittsburgh Pirates won both games of their double-header, "3-1" yesterday. 33.

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  4. Another 22:

    6/7/2016 - 6+7+2+1+6 = 22

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