181 combined points, the 42nd prime, in what was the 61st game for both teams.
Today, March 2, is the 61st day of the year. Finals = 61
3/2/2017 = 3+2+20+17 = 42 (NBA Finals = 33/42)
Notice the Bulls won with '94'.
Ninety-Four = 57/147 (Big numbers for Cubs who won 112th World Series; Chicago Bulls = 112)
NBA Finals = 57 (Reverse Reduction)
The Warriors lost with '87'. Stephen = 87
Eighty-Seven = 58/139
Oakland = 58 (Ordinal)
Golden State = 58 (Reverse Reduction)
The Warriors starters scored 67. Notice Curry finished with 23.
Last year the Warriors eclipsed Michael Jordan and the Bulls' record winning season.
The Bulls starters scored 66-points. Bulls = 2+21+12+12+19 = 66 (Thirty-Three = 66)
If these stats aren't already updated, the Bulls earned their 85th win tonight against the Warriors.
Basketball = 85; Curry = 85
Remember, the first NBA Championship was the Philadelphia Warriors vs the Chicago Stags.
Chicago Stags = 112
Chicago Cubs = 112
The NBA Finals begin in 91-days, or a span of 92, June 1, 2017.
Today marks 90-days from the December 2, 2016 Oakland fire (or a span of 91), that was a tribute to the Great Chicago Fire. The Cavs lost to the Bulls that night in Chicago.
That means it was 181-days from the date of the fire, December 2, to the start of the NBA Finals.
12/2 is a lot like 122.
Tonight was both teams 61st game. 61+61 = 122
181, the 42nd prime; NBA Finals = 42
So here is the debate.
Who is playing the Warriors in the NBA Finals? The Cavs or the Bulls? The Bulls need to turn their season around, and they still can.