Friday, May 5, 2017

27 61 93 103 | Spurs win with 103-points, 27-days days before the start of the NBA Finals +LeBron scoring 103rd points earlier in the day


Earlier today I wrote about LeBron James scoring the 103rd points of the game:
http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2017/05/27-33-35-84-103-187-lebron-james-scores.html

Notice the Spurs won with 103-points tonight.  Today is 27-days from the start of the NBA Finals, June 1, 2017, emphasis on 6/1, because the Spurs won 61 games this year in the regular season.


Notice, 103 is the 27th prime.

Euclid = 27; Square = 27


Those 61-wins are very interesting for the Spurs...




Remember, 'Saturn', is the keeper of 'time'.




Last year the Cavs won Game 7 in Oracle Arena with '93' points.




http://www.espn.com/nba/boxscore?gameId=400952492

Remember, to start the 71st season of the NBA, October 25, 2016, the Golden State Warriors, since 1971, were beat by the Spurs by 29-points.

10/25/2016 = 10+25+20+16 = 71


Ohio = 29; Pi = 29; Steph Curry turned 29-years-old this year
129+100 = 229; 229, the 50th prime; San Antonio = 50; Golden State = 50

I'll have to look more carefully at LeBron's NBA Finals history.  The Golden State Warriors are just one fake injury away from being severely outmatched by the Spurs.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NBA_champions

In regards to LeBron vs the Spurs...

The Spurs became 4-0 in Championships after they swept the Cavs in 2007, 10-years ago.

The Spurs then became 4-1 in NBA Finals, losing to LeBron on Miami.

San Antonio = 41/50/122
King = 23/41

They later improved to 5-1 beating LeBron in Miami.  If they made it to the Finals this year... and won, they'd be 6-1.  A loss would make them 5-2.  If the Spurs defeated the Cavs, they would be 2-1 against LeBron as well.  Spurs = 21

*The Spurs have been to the playoffs every year since 1997-98:
http://basketball.realgm.com/nba/teams/San-Antonio-Spurs/26/Playoff-History

Let's look at the NBA Finals history for more clues.

*If the Celtics made it to the NBA Finals, it would be the 53rd time all-time the Celtics or Lakers have represented in the NBA Championship game.  Keep in mind this is the 71st season...

Boston = 22 (Next championship will be #22)
Boston won 53 games this season; 53, the 16th prime ('16-'17 season)
Celtics = 71; 71st season

Next in line after the Lakers and Celtics are the Bulls and Spurs.

Then the Warriors, once from Philadelphia...

Then the 76ers... now in Philadelphia...


*Notice Cleveland has a 33% winning percentage in the NBA Finals, and so do the Portland Trailblazers, from the 33rd State.  Cleveland = 33; OR = 33

Don't over analyze, I just like to document.

That said, if LeBron were to face the Spurs or the Warriors, it would be viewed as a 'trilogy'.




'Trilogy' also has the '106' Gematria, like 'Akron, Ohio', where Steph Curry and LeBron are from.



The Godfather, the trilogy...