Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Prediction | Warriors vs Cavs, NBA Finals 2016-17 (It only makes too much sense)

After opening night, I am convinced the 2016-17 NBA Finals will be, for the third time in a row, the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.  Here is why.  Let us begin with the opening night scores, where the Cavs won by 29, defeating the New York Knicks, 88-117.  At the same time, the Warriors lost, by 29, 129-100, to the San Antonio Spurs.

The 29 is significant.


Ohio is the 17th State.  Think about the NBA Finals in 2017.


This is also the the 71st season of the NBA, beginning on the perfect date.

10/25/2016 = 1+0+2+5+2+0+1+6 = 17 (Ohio, 17th State) (Cavs, 17th team to join the NBA)
10/25/2016 = 10+25+20+16 = 71 (Reflection of 17)

This is also the 47th season for the Cavaliers, who NBA Star LeBron James plays for.


Let us not forget that the Philadelphia Warriors, who are now the Golden State Warriors, won the first NBA (BBA) Championship, in 1947, over the Chicago Stags.

Are you following the '47 and Ohio connection?  Let us not forget that LeBron James and Steph Curry were both born in Akron, Ohio, at the same hospital.  So was Nate Thurmond, the father of LeBron James.





Nate Thurmond dropped dead, 27-days after the Cavs won the NBA Finals, where LeBron scored 27-points, in the Cavs 103rd game of the season.  103, the 27th prime.  Hours before the game, actor Anton Yelchin, with birth numerology of '103', died at age 27, after crushing himself with his own car in his driveway.

Recall, Nate Thurmond wore #42, and had his jersey retired with the Warriors and the Cavs.  On February 26, 2016, LeBron James scored his season high of 42-points, beating the Warriors, and leading me to predict that the Warriors and Cavs would be the NBA Finals the first time around.



42 is often paired with 153.  Think of the miraculous catch of 153 fish in the Bible.


The name Nate Thurmond also connects to the building that Game 7 of the NBA Finals was won in by the Cavs, and his son, LeBron James, on the real King James's birthday.


Remember, the Warriors winning streak was snapped at 54 games at home last year, the same night the Cavs earned their 54th win of the season.  Both games were shown on ESPN, back to back.


One last part about 'Nate', he was born 'Nathaniel', and his son was born in '84, on 12/30.

12/30 = 12+30 = 42 (LeBron James)



Notice the Cavs won with '117' points, another number specific to Ohio.



http://www.espn.com/nba/scoreboard

There were six games to open the 2016-17 season.

31 comments:

  1. You dont need number or be a rocket scientist to predict gsw vs cavs especially this year when theres no real challenge in the east or west

    This is why I hate the nba its to predictable at least with the nfl it's hard to predict especially the superbowl

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    1. I have a feeling they'll surprise us this year because everyone keeps complaining about a predictable outcome. Watch out for a "upset" lol.

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    2. I have a feeling they'll surprise us this year because everyone keeps complaining about a predictable outcome. Watch out for a "upset" lol.

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  2. You dont need number or be a rocket scientist to predict gsw vs cavs especially this year when theres no real challenge in the east or west

    This is why I hate the nba its to predictable at least with the nfl it's hard to predict especially the superbowl

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  3. After Nate Thurmond retired, he served as director of community relations for the Golden State Warriors.
    2017 will be 33 years since he was elected into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1984, the same year Lebron was born.

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  4. Amazing. I Saw an article yesterday, again same day as the first game of the World Series, asking "could the Cavs repeat?" With a picture of Lebron and steph curry. You know how the NBA has the same teams in the finals again and again and again

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    1. The Cavs will win 2 of 3 against the Warriors, for #23.

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    2. Of course. Considering the 3-0 warriors finals for #30 steph curry is already out the window. Great thought.

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  5. NBA =17. Opening Night 10/25/2016. 1+2+5+2+1+6 =17

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  6. why does it say Nate Thurmond is LBJ dad?

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    1. U again milo da hoe troll...GO THAT WAYYYYYY..FUCBOI

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  8. 100-----129
    1----(1+2+9=12)

    112? Tribute to World Series and Andrew Luck?

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  9. Hopefully the conference finals is Bulls vs Cavs and in the West Clippers vs Warriors.

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  12. I immediately thought of Golden State after that "blue to gold" thing with Saturn yesterday. There has been a lot with the color "gold" lately. "Golden"=126="Blood". Maybe Golden State is going to get sacrificed in the championship...

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  13. Cavs in 6

    Back to back champion in two cities

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  14. Nate Thurmond is deff Leborns DAD *

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  15. Curry and Durant born 199 days apart. 199 is the 46th Prime. Cavs / Knicks halftime score was 93. Spurs = 93
    Oracle Arena = 93.

    Here's your clincher. LBJ playoff games 199.
    Do you see a trend here? I do...
    2011 Miami 21 21
    2012† Miami 23 23
    2013† Miami 23 23
    2014 Miami 20 20
    2015 Cavs 20 20
    2016† Cavs 21 21

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    1. What were the number for Cavs 2007 ?
      Cavs lost that year finals

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  16. Lebron wears 23 and he will be 32 by the time he wins 2-3 finals vs Warriors

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  17. Jun 2 Steve Kerr breaks clip board
    Oct 2 belichik breaks tablet

    122 days

    Didn't Moses break tablets too hmmm

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  18. The Warriors scored a total of 100 points in their home opener while the Cavs scored 117 points. 117-100=17. This could go along with how you already stated that 10/25/2016 = 1+0+2+5+2+0+1+6 = 17 (Ohio, 17th State) (Cavs, 17th team to join the NBA).

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    1. also it is the 71st season in nba, cubs play first game same night after breaking 71 years without a single WS appearance, (reflection of 17)

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