Friday, June 3, 2016

25 44 47 54 | Cleveland makes record 25-3's, May 4, 2016 (Warriors Cavs NBA Finals Connections)


Notice the date of May 4, or 5/4, kind of like 'Oracle' sums to 54, the home of the team that likes to make records for threes...  You might recall the Cavs got their 54th win as the Warriors win streak was snapped by 54 at home....

Oracle = 54

From May 4 to the start of the NBA Finals was 29-days later.  '29' connects to 'Ohio', like the Cavs.



If the Cavs are to win the NBA Finals 4-2, as Paul Pierce (106) on the $10.6 million dollar contract predicts, the series will end on June 16, 2016, a span of 44-days from the record.  They would be defeating the Warriors in their 44th year of being in Golden State, just as the Warriors defeated the Cavs last year, when the Cavs were in their 44th season of existence.


If you don't count the end date, June 16 follows the May 4 performance by 43-days, connecting to 'Champion'.



If the Series goes to Game 7, that will take place in a span of 47-days, reminding of both Ohio, and the year the Warriors won the first NBA Championship, at the end of the '47 season.



What started this thought was the parallel to the 1991 NBA Finals, 25-years ago...

27 comments:

  1. So it's a must win Sunday for the cavs. Lebron should have big game.

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    1. They don't want to go down 2-0 to this team the Warriors may just go off script and win the whole thing

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    2. That doesn't really make any sense, just like naming yourself after a bitch, Chris Paul.

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    3. Lol your not allowed to go off script that's the whole point of a script whatever happens it was all planned

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    5. My real name is Steve Kangas I'm also from Seattle. 👍🏾 Oh and cavs in 6

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    6. Chris I meant to ask you this earlier. Is your real name Chris Paul or were you just some die-hard Clippers fan before you learned about the rigging?

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    7. His name is Steve! Sorry Steve, I read my comment, and that wasn't very nice of me, but I do hate Chris Paul. I hate all the cry babies in the NBA. I'll tell you an NBA player I did like. Steve Francis! He never bitched! Cheers to the good Steves of the world.

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    8. Ok you're right didnt catch that. Alright. It would've been rather creepy if his real name was Chris Paul.

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    9. Yes I was a big chris paul fan I still kind of like him but the rigging is so blatant in the nba I can't stand it.

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  2. Game 2 is played on a 47 day. So does that mean Cavs wins?

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    1. Got to keep in mind the Warriors won in '47

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  3. Cavs might lose game 2, and win 4 straight. A 2nd straight win for the warriors would almost take the cavs out of the picture. LeBron then comes back in a Cinderela type fashion being the hero of Cleveland and being champion.

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    1. Cavs aren't winning 4 in a row I can promise you that . In I would advise everyone on here that the cavs are not a lock to win the finals

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    2. I agree the Cavs are not a lock to win the Finals. I have expressed that in all the videos I have made. There is a major narrative for the Warriors, starting 16-0 against the Lakers with the Joe Jellybean Prophecy and all...

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  5. Just saw something interesting ESPN stats posted on twitter..

    LeBron James has lost 6 straight games to the Warriors. Longest streak in his career tying his losing streak against the 2010-2011 Celtics

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  6. if Cavs go on to win in 7 games. their playoff record will be 16-6. 166

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  7. NBA Announced game one had an 13.1 overnight rating.

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  8. If the Cavs win game 2, I think it will go 7 games... If the Warriors win game 2, I think it will only go 5 games. Either way, I think the warriors will win.

    Here is the breakdown for each of these scenarios...

    7 game series:

    Game 1 - GSW
    Game 2 - CLE
    Game 3 - CLE
    Game 4 - GSW
    Game 5 - CLE
    Game 6 - GSW
    Game 7 - GSW

    5 game series:

    Game 1 - GSW
    Game 2 - GSW
    Game 3 - GSW
    Game 4 - CLE
    Game 5 - GSW

    As you can gather from what I wrote above, it all depends on who wins game 2. I'm still leaning towards a 7 game series, but we'll just have to see how this thing plays out.

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