3-3 in the NBA Finals; in NBA history, the Celtics and Lakers own 33-NBA Championships.
Cavs are 33rd team to be down 3-1 in the NBA Finals, no other team has every come back. From such a deficit, but remember, LeBron is 31-years old, and in his 13th season.
Basketball = 31
Curry = 31
*Curry scored 31-points in being tenth team to come back from 3-1 in Conference Finals
The Warriors will be playing in their 106th game this Sunday, Game 7, the date with all of the '106' connections:
Father's Day #106 (June 19, 1910)
King James birthday (with 106 birth numerology, June 19, 1566)
106-year old Warriors fan...
Recall, last year there was a 106 mph train wreck in Philadelphia, and the Warriors won the Finals, a team originally from Philly. Also this year, the day before the college championship, there was another 106 mph train wreck in Philadelphia, and Villanova went on to win the championship the next day by the numbers, defeating UNC in their 106th year of being in their basketball program. Philadelphia is named from 'Revelation', the book of 'Prophecy'. It is Revelation 3:7 to be more specific.
Checkout the gematria of Revelation and Warriors. Revelation = Book of Prophecy
Game 7 June 19, 2016; 6/19/16 = 6+19+16 = 41
Do you notice the ironic relationship between good and bad in gematria? Both numbers will be riding on the date of Game 7 to decide the NBA Championship.
Let us examine the first 6 games so far:
Cavs have scored 610 points
Warriors have scored 610 points
Remember how Game 6 had that long pause of 61-61 before halftime? It was all a signal for Game 7 and how the Series is written.
6/19/2016 = 6+19+20+16 = 61
LeBron has scored 181 of those points. Fitting.
Let us not forget it was LeBron scoring 42-points on February 26, 2015 that made me call Warriors and Cavs for NBA Finals. Both teams retired #42 for Nate Thurmond.
If LeBron scores 42-points in the win on June 19, 2016, he will have 223 points in the Finals.
If LeBron scores 46 (King James Psalm 46 tribute to '666'), he will finish the series with 227-points, another sum that would make a lot of sense.
If LeBron scores 48, James sums to '48', and he would finish with 229-points, the big number on the Orlando shooting.
If I had to bet and I had $20, I would put 10 on 42, 5 on 46 and 5 on 48. Remember, 223 is the 48th prime.
Cavs trying to snap a 52-year Cleveland pro sports championship drought.
Remember Curry and LeBron were both born in Akron, Ohio, in the same hospital.
Curry is sitting at 141-points through six games, if he scores 38, he will finish with 179, the 42nd prime number.
141+38 = 179 (Would be fitting in a high scoring, down to the wire, 'epic')
Epic = 5+16+9+3 = 33