Wednesday, June 7, 2017

13 14 41 | LeBron James, 41-points from passing Jordan's NBA Finals scoring record of 3rd all-time


Keep in mind Game 3 is on June 7, 2017.  King = 23; King = 67

6/7/2017 = 6+7+2+0+1+7 = 23 (LeBron, #23)

I don't know if I would have the same assumption.

King = 41
Golden State = 41
41, the 13th prime number
LeBron's first NBA Finals Game in 2017 was his 41st
In Games 1 and 2, the Cavaliers lost by 19 and 22, or 41 combined

Last year LeBron James won the NBA Finals in his 13th season, like how King James was made a King at age 13 months.

6/19/16 = 6+19+16 = 41

This year is LeBron's 14th season.  Fourteen = 41

The Warriors have a 14-game winning streak.

End = 14

***Sometimes there are exceptions to the rule.

Fifteen = 38
Finals = 38

Streaks are nearly always broken at 14, so if the Warriors go past it, I think that is a fateful sign for the Cavs, unless they win in Game 4, then all bets are off.

ALSO, I missed this one on May 3, 2017...  King James = 35 (3/5, May 3) (Tyronn Lue's b-day)


http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/19305030/lebron-james-cleveland-cavaliers-passes-kareem-abdul-jabbar-postseason-points

That was before passing Jordan by the numbers.

For all those who think its all about James this year, realize he is overtaking Jordan in categories.  Last year both the Cavs and the Warriors went home with some hardware.  The same would be true this year.


http://www.basketball-reference.com/leaders/pts_career_finals.html

These stats do not factor LeBron's Game 1 and Game 2 points, which were 28 and 29.

1079+28+29 = 1136

41 points would put LeBron at 1177, one more than Jordan, 1176.




King James = 35
Kevin Durant, #35
MLK Jr. Day, Warriors got 35th win, winning be 35 over Cavs
Tonight the spread is in favor of the Golden State Warriors, -3.5