Monday, June 5, 2017

16 29 33 49 87 88 227 318 | Death of Kimberly Nuestro May 7, 2017 to June 9, 2017 +Her April 21 birthday to Game 4 +Pi Ritual +96-days from March 14 to June 18

From the death of Kimberly Nuestro, May 7, 2017, to Game 4 of the NBA Finals, where the Warriors could sweep, is 33-days.

Read about her death at 16, 16-days after her birthday:

The Warriors could go 16-0 in the playoffs.  This whole season has been about Pi.  It also reminds that Bill Belichik earned his 227th win against the Cleveland Browns, in the return of Tom Brady...

June 9 can be written 9/6, like 'sixteen' Gematria.

June 9 will also be 87-days after Steph Curry's Pi Day birthday.

From the 16-year old girl's birthday to Game 4, is 49-days later...

Recall how Pi connects to '49'.... 227...

Recall, 22 / 7 = 3.14 (Pi = 3.14); Curry is born March 14 (3/14 (Pi Day))

Durant joined the Warriors on 7/4, July 4.  314-days later, him and Curry combined for a season high of 74-points for the two players.  314.... 3.14... that was mother's day.

ALSO- The first Pi Day, was March 14, 1988, the same day Steph Curry was born.  This year for his 29th birthday, he scored 29-points, against Philadelphia, the original home of the Warriors.

Philadelphia = 101; Finals = 101; Church = 101

Notice from his 29th birthday, where he scored 29, until Game 4, in Ohio, is a span of 88-days, or 2-months and 27-days, something like 227.

Game 1 of the season, the Warriors lost by 29 and the Cavs won by 29.  Ohio = 29

Last point, Kimberly Nuestro was born April 21, the 111th day of the year...

.318 or 7 / 22 is the opposite of Pi... also related to circles.


If it goes to Game 7, and the Warriors win, there is a possible Pi tribute as well.

Streaks often end at 14.

If the Warriors win the Finals in Game 7, they would be 31-4, since 3/14, Pi Day, March 14.

Pi = 3.14

From March 14 to what would be Game 7, June 18, 2017, is 96-days...

The Warriors could get their 16th playoff win that day (so could the Cavs).

On March 14, the Warriors played the team from Philadelphia, their original home.  If the Warriors win the NBA Finals, they'll win 83-games on the season, like the last year Philadelphia won, '83.