Sunday, May 14, 2017

33 42 62 74 88 93 111 113 314 | Kevin Durant and Steph Curry's Game 1 ritual against the San Antonio Spurs, a tribute to his July 4, 2016 acquisition (Pi ritual)


At halftime, the San Antonio Spurs, which represent 'Saturn', were up 62 to 42.

Oracle Arena = 93; Spurs = 93; Saturn = 93

Notice the Warriors scored 16-points only in the first quarter.  They would later go on a 16-0 run after the injury to 'Leonard' of the 'Spurs'.

Sixteen = 33; Leonard = 33; Spurs = 33

Read about the death of Kimberly Nuestro 16-days after her 16th birthday, she was big Warriors fan the media said...:


Spurs scored 21 in the 4th Quarter; Spurs = 21

The two point win was too fitting in Oakland, against San Antonio.

Later today they're retiring #2 for Jeter... (he was part of Jordan Brand)

Notice the Spurs could only muster '49' points in the second half.

Even better, the Warriors scored 71 points in the second half, and again, this is the 71st season of the NBA... and the Warriors have been in Golden State since '71.

Catholic = 71; Talmud = 71 (Curry and LeBron, Catholic Schools, plus so many more)

Aldridge and Leonard combined for '54' in 'Oracle'.

Notice the Spurs took '84' shots, making '40'  Forty = 84

United States = 40; Old Testament = 40; United States of America = 84
Masonry = 84; Zionism = 84; Jesuit = 84

ALSO, the game summed to '224' points.  The divisors of 84 total 224.

AND OF COURSE, they lost with '111', like how Kimberly Nuestro was born on the 111th day of the year.

It's clear that Klay Thompson drew the short stick with the acquisition of Kevin Durant.  Him getting stripped at the end, making the ending way more exciting than it was intended.... poor guy is all I can say.

Anyhow, notice Durant and Curry combined for 74-points.  I noticed Curry puprosefully missed a free throw earlier in the game to make the score 74-points.  Masonic = 74; Jewish = 74

Don't forget that Kevin Durant was acquired on the 4th of July, or 7/4.

Holiday = 74; Independence Day = 74; English = 74; Gematria = 74

The starters also scored 100-points.  Hundred = 74

To top if off, the Warriors won with '113'.

Mainstream = 113; Dishonest = 113; Not True = 113; Fiction = 113; Bullshit = 113
Michael Jordan = 113; Kobe Bryant = 113

The Warriors also won with '81' shots.  Ritual = 81

You have to appreciate the 33 free throws as well...

In my next post, I'll show some highlights I liked, including Durant scoring the 88th points and the 93rd points for the Warriors.  Remember, his acquistion was all about 88, being 88-days from his own birthday, on July 4, 2016.  Last year the Warriors also won 88 games, winning their 88th, 88-days from Steph Curry's birthday.

Saturn = 93; Oracle Arena = 93

Saturn is the keeper of time, and time is represented by 88 symbolically.

Keep in mind Durant was born September 29, the day leaving 93-days left in the year.

United States of America = 929 (Jewish Gematria) (September 29, 9/29)
September 29 leaves 93-days left in the year; Oracle Arena = 93; Saturn = 93
Durant scored the 93rd point this evening

ALSO, today is exactly 314-days from July 4, 2016, or something like 3.14, for Pi.  Curry is born on March 14, or 3/14, or Pi Day.

22 / 7 = Pi (3.14)

Pi is for circles.  There are 360 degrees in a circle.

Kevin Durant acquired 88-days his own birthday.

88 is made of nothing but circles...

227, the 49th prime; Warriors = 49; Durant = 49

Recall last year, when Prince watched the Warriors win 121 to 106 over the Thunder, a sum of 227 points, 49-days before his death.  Warriors = 49/121; Oracle Arena 106 feet tall

Today's game tied 106-106 late, before Warriors went up 111-106.

Remember when Steph Curry scored 29-points on his 29th birthday on Pi Day?  I did call that before the game was played...  Read about it here:

Curry turned 29 on the 29th Pi Day which began in '88.

The Warriors only scored 16-points in the first quarter.

The Warriors were down by 25.

Now that I think about it, the Patriots had some 'Pi' tributes last season, especially the game Tom Brady came back for, against Cleveland.... hmmm....