Sometimes I truly do get GREAT advice from NBA fans

I pity Your IGNORANCE all that Money and U still don’t have a CLUE – Brittney Griner born 10/18/1990

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HOPE YOU READ THIS CUBES , BECAUSE I AM MAKING A POINT ->  Brittney Griner born 10/18/1990(1+0+1+8+1+9+9+0=29 2+9=11


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Your Buddy DAN GILBERT was to Ignorant to listen in 2007 , and it cost him LEBRON and a TITLE .
http://www.thepostgame.com/features/201202/gary-grinberg-numerology-jeremy-lin-tim-tebow-nba-cleveland-cavaliers

Sports Numerology

When it comes to Sports , the scouts and G.M. are Paying attention to every Number But the Most Important one of all . THE PLAYERS BIRTHDAY – when Using Numerology its get alot simpler to identify what the Top players have in Common. As a Numerologist/Astrologer Gary  has appeared on YAHOO SPORTS  4 times . Gary Predicted  The MIAMI HEAT would win the NBA title in 2012 . The Prediction Was a Featured Story on YAHOO sports

Read http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/eye-performance/201206/gary-numbers-guy-nba-thunder-heat-numerology-durant-lebron

Correctly Predicted Injuries for NBA star DWIGHT Howard in 2012 which was Featured on Yahoo on APRIL 20th 2012

Read sports http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/men-action/201204/dwight-howard-injury-gary-numbers-guy-numerology-nba

 

Picked Your Mavs to beat HEAT in 2011 , and the Heat to win it all in 2012
http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/eye-performance/201206/gary-numbers-guy-nba-thunder-heat-numerology-durant-lebron
1 and 11 are the Number of the Athletes –

Examples

This is a list of the BEST of the BEST IN THE NBA(from today and Yesterday
The 11 Life paths Basketball
M.Jordan 2-17-1963(2+1+7+1+9+6+3=29 2+9=11)
D.Wade 1-17-1982 ( 1+1+7+1+9+8+2=29 2+9=11
K.Bryant 8-23-1978 ( 8+2+3+1+9+7+8=38 3+8=11
Dominique Wilkins  1-12-1960(1+12+1+9+6+0=29 2+9=11
K,Garnett 5-19-1976 ( 5+1+9+1+9+7+6=38 3+8=11
P.Pierce 10-13-1977(1+0+1+3+1+9+7+7=29 2+9=11)
A.Stoudemire 11-16-1982 ( 1+1+1+6+1+9+8+2= 29 2+9=11
Chris Mullin 7-30-1963(7+3+0+1+9+6+3=29 2+9=11)
1st over all Pick Kyrie Irving 3-23-1992(3+2+3+1+9+9+2=29 2+9=11)

The 1 life paths
Keven Durant 9-29-1988(9+2+9+1+9+8+8=46 4+6=10 1+0=1)
Blake Griffin 3-16-1989(3+1+6+1+9+8+9=37 3+7=10 1+0=1)
Lebron James 12-30-1984(1+2+3+0+1+9+8+4=28 2+8=10 1+0=1)
Majic Johnson 8-14-1959(8+1+4+1+9+5+9=37 3+7=10 1+0=1)
S O’Neal 3-6-1972 (3+6+1+9+7+2=28 2+8=10 1+0=1
J.Kidd 3-23-1973( 3+2+3+1+9+7+3=28 2+8=10 1+0=1
Tracy McGrady 5-24-1979(5+2+4+1+9+7+9=37 3+7=10 1+0=1
Bernard King 12-4-1956(1+2+4+1+9+5+6=28 2+8=10 1+0=1
John Stockton 3-26-1962(3+2+6+1+9+6+2=29 2+9=11
Clyde Drexler 6-22-1962(6+22+1+9+6+2=46 4=6=10 1+0=1
Scottie Pippen 9-25-1965(9+2+5+1+9+6+5=37 3+7=10 1+0=1
James Worthy 2-27-1961 (2+2+7+1+9+6+1=28 2+8=10 1+0=1

NFL
Joe Montana 6-11-1956(6+11+1+9+5+6=38 3+8=11)
Jim Brown 2-17-1936(2+1+7+1+9+3+6=29 2+9=11)
Steve Young 10-11-1961(1+0+11+1+9+6+1=29 2+9=11)
Barry Sanders 7-16-1968(7+1+6+1+9+6+8=38 3+8=1)

the top two athletes this decade are TIGER WOODS AND LEBRON JAMES and they just happen share the same birthday and Numerology numbers
LebronJames 12-30-1984 ( 1+2+3+0+1+9+8+4=28 2+8=10 1+0=1
Tiger Woods 12-30-1975( 1+2+3+0+1+9+7+5=28 2+8=10 1+0=1

 Gender isn’t a issue with Numerology either – #FACT 4 of top 10 scores in WNBA history are born on the 11th
AND AGAIN THE WOMEN U SAID U WOULD DRAFT
IN THE 2ND ROUND Brittney Griner born 10/18/1990(1+0+1+8+1+9+9+0=29 2+9=11

69 thoughts on “Sometimes I truly do get GREAT advice from NBA fans

  1. I am good with numbers Mr. Mark Cuban.
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    Comment by Tan Vallejo -

  3. This would change for those born after 2000? No?

    Comment by Tim Ahmed (@timosmooth) -

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  5. Part of “Pseudoscientific Bollocks”

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    nonsense.html

    Comment by Tokhir Dadaev (@zx8754) -

  6. Mark Cuban – How does one get in front of you to discuss a new technology (Patent-Copyright) focused around a single state-of-the-art mobile listening appliance and smartphone applications, or a one-solution capable of providing spectators at any major sporting venue the opportunity to be part of their sport.

    Comment by Tony Sinclair -

  7. err, never mind..I think the blog software is messing up, I notice my post is back. Disregard previous message!

    Comment by jaegs47 -

  8. To Mark, or whoever edits the blog…Just curious, I notice my post was deleted. Did I say something wrong? Was it the thing about the Lakers? If so, I apologize, I didn’t think about that this was probably not the best place to comment on their financial info. Could you let me know what the problem was, so I don’t repeat it? (message here, email, or on my blog?) Thanks

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  9. Thanks for sharing, this is a fantastic article.Much thanks again. Fantastic. Regards

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    Comment by Turgut Aydogdu -

  10. I can think of a few areas of Technology that will be helping our economy in the next 5 years. Watch what is happening with graphene, 3D Printing, Battery and Super Capacitor improvements, and robotics.

    Comment by Ken Stone (@nichesmagic) -

  11. I have been saying this for YEARS and nobody listens to me. Then this idiot says it and BAM! Cubes posts it!

    Comment by Chris VanKula -

  12. Wait a second, this person was on to something…you can solve your problems with numbers, she just chose the wrong number…the ultimate answer to the ultimate question is of course, 42.

    Comment by michaeltunnell -

  13. “Numbers Don’t Lie” and that is true…until people manipulate them into random jibberish to try to seem smart.

    Comment by michaeltunnell -

  14. Mark, since you like hearing ideas from fans, how about a “Loser’s Bracket” for the NBA playoffs. This bracket would consist of all the teams that didn’t make the traditional playoffs.

    Maybe it could be a “sweet 14″ and be one and done. Or maybe just shorter series.. And what would the carrot be for all these teams and create any fan interest? How about the winner of the Loser’s Bracket gets the first pick in the draft? All other picks would follow in reverse finish order.

    While this might preclude the worst team from getting the first pick very often, it rarely happens now, anyway. Since the system was changed in 1993 to increase the chances of the worst team getting the first pick, the worst team has gotten the first pick 2 times in the last 20 years.

    Just a thought.

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  15. GARY THE NUMBERS GUY be lucky he even posted this lol like someone else said surprising Mark even read past Cubes…which episode of Shark Tank was it that you immediately rejected the person for calling you Cubes?

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  16. Mark, I’m not trying to use heavy catch phrases,or punch lines to get your attention,I really and truly have designed the worlds FIRST&ONLY existing screenplay reading/ assessment software which I have hidden inside a social networking site that is just as gorgeous! I’ve researched it repetitively ,and from what is available,
    I know that I’m the ONLY one IN THE WORLD (NO COMPETITORS) with a TRUE software that can assesses screen plays.

    Professors at IUK, Indianapolis patent attorney’s etc) whose skill set I was hiring to put everything together have been hailing the project and introducing me into other people. Right now I’m going through the phase of every bodies trying to hook me up with somebody,who knows somebody,who’s supposed to know somebody.

    So basically my biggest down fall is being from a town nobodies ever heard of(KOKOMO INDIANA) I dont have access to real investors.I read where you actually answer emails and thought I’d give it a try. Hope to hear back from you.

    Thanks,Terris Woodard (woodardterris@gmail.com)

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  17. If you are born under the sign of the #Rat, in 2014 stay out of the light, and do not get near any horse drawn carriages either.

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  18. Rick Pitino. 9/18/1952. 8 lifepath. Wins on 8 day. 4/8/2013. Coach Louisville cardinals. NCAA championship.

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  19. #Joe #Madden, MLB coach, sign of the Horse. Matt Joyce, sign of the RAT..Opposites. Maybe this is why you get less playing time.

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  20. @Melinda Augustina….I think you are misunderstanding Marks post. Brittney Griner is a female collegiate basketball player. She did not leave that message. Gary, the numbers guy, left that message. He is basically trying to tell Mark that because of this numerology “thing” (I’m being nice) that Mark should draft Brittney, and if Mark does not draft her based on his “belief” on numerology, that Mark has no clue.

    @Rey Cesay…it would be nice to think that’s all it takes to be successful in sport’s or business or life….just throw a bunch of money at something. However, that is not the case. Additionally, with the NBA’s new CBA, it will be incredibly tough for teams to keep their current rosters. As an example, based on the numbers I have found, If the Lakers sign Dwight Howard to a max deal (which to keep him, they will have to) they will be operating at a loss of somewhere between 25-50 million dollars next year. I don’t know how much cash reserves the Buss family has, but unless they got Mark-type money, they will not be able to sustain that and eventually they will have to either: dump Kobe, dump Dwight, dump everyone else on the team, sell the team, or simply go bankrupt.

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  21. Thank for sharing.

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  22. Cubes, I was born on sept 16 1984, thats 9 + 1 + 6 + 1 + 9 +8 +4 = 38 = 11

    Let me know when I should show up for practice, I can get you into the playoffs!!

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  23. @Rey. Actually what a lot of teams don’t realize is that by using our skills they may be able to buy up and coming caliber players for a much lower amount. Just because the highest paid had a good year in previous ones does not guarantee that the upcoming ones will be more of the same. Also it will not help if the guy they pay the big bucks for end up with an injury prone season either..

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  24. Mark Cuban is a good business man but not a good business in sports, if you want to have a good team you need to spend money. Lets see for example, Lakers and Celtics have the most championships, the point is that they are spending big money on players. Your are selling your players, I guess money talks and forget the fans huh. I will always support my Mavericks but you need to think outside the box Mark.

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  26. @derek. Waiting for some feedback regarding what I wrote about regarding your birthdate info..

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  27. @moneytips. I will be getting back to you on your 7/7 birthday..Keep the questions coming. This is great place to come to get this knowledge. Thanks Mark Cuban for posting Gary’s email..

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  28. @ritzmill. What is your full birthdate. How do you know you are a #44..BTW. If you spell out the work KARMA, it too will come to number 44..11+1+18+13+1=44

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  29. Although this is thoroughly stupid, it is quite entertaining. Would be hailed as an awesome coincidence.

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  30. Interesting, my dob, 7/7/1990, what does it say?

    Comment by moneytips (@moneytips3) -

  31. @derek. Your 3+3=6 number is great. This is the number of the father figure in you. All about family too. You are a good communicator, but sometimes it doesn’t happen quick enough. You are a Dragon, and will like to stand out. You have to watch being needy and too emotional. You want to fix the world but you cant be all things to all people. With 0 challenges it is important to finish ONE task, and then move to the other. In 2013 you will find yourself with a creative urge. Maybe even to write. A blog like this is a good place to start. I know you think at times you can do it all, but without really focusing, you will tend to spin your wheels. It is important you are aware of this trait in you. Finish one thing completely before moving to the next. You believe in fairness too. Helping someone will make you feel good. Hope this helps. Best to you.

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  32. 3/3/1976 – that is 29/11 – tell me more!

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  33. @matthieulegault the math is an integral part of numerology. However it is the intrepretation based on their configurations that really matter. To a numerologist, each number in a birthdate tells a story..Even Mark’s Cuban’s. 7/31/1958 does as well. As does yours to. No one is exempt from it. Doesn’t matter how much money you have either..The numbers don’t care.

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  34. richiew13 Nice job on seeing the #5..Gary pointed this out too previously.

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  35. @erichcervantez The 11 number is a master one. If your lifepath adds up to a 29. This is 2+9=11. It does not get reduced any further. This is also true for the 22 and the 33 number if it adds up to that as well. As I said I will be glad to answer anyone’s questions, and I am glad that Mark posted Gary very informative post. The more we can educate people about this, the more they can understand the value of it. Our goal is to use numerology to build a championship team. Mark, Any takers? I am also a 29/11. Master number. Ask Away

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  36. Hi everyone. My name is Bruce Keiffer. On Twitter @bsk11. I am a friend of Gary the Numbers Guy. I am also a sports numerologist, and am skilled in this knowledge as well. I will be glad to answer any questions any one might have regarding his post, or any other reference to it. Numerology is not just a lark, or a coincidence the way some in this message board might think. It is very real. Ask away.You can even provide your birthday. I will be glad to give you a quick reading, as I am sure If Gary has not been blocked will too..Enjoy your day.

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  37. Mark – Draft Brittany Griner in NBA draft. That will give you time to create a Dallas WNBA team and trade Griner from Mavs to the new Dallas WNBA team. Griner will dominate in the WNBA and could become the “Michael Jordan” of the WNBA.. You should create a Dallas WNBA team to show your wife, daughters and all of the other women in your life that you truly believe in creating opportunities for women.
    Don’t look as a WNBA team as a business that must be successful. Treat it as an act of charity/philanthropy that Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are promoting among fellow billionaires. .Know going in that you will lose money, at least in the first 5 or so years. Look at it as a tax deduction which it would be. There are more ways to measure success than by profits. Your success in the WNBA would be almost guaranteed in that you would raise the stature of the WNBA and show how valuable women role models are to young girls, not just in the US but worldwide. You could work toward getting women’s basketball made an Olympic sport and create a women’s “Dream Team”.

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  38. Wait, but isn’t 11 actually 2? Why do you add 2 and 9, but not 1 and 1?

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  39. Dear Mr. Cuban,

    Do you think that the professional sports industry is ready for an online revolution? Fans are the most important asset of any team, wouldn’t you agree? The future is in reality sports. The future is http://basketball-united.com.

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  40. as a person who is genuinely a student of astrology, numerology, and all that stuff, i think this email does a disservice to the discipline. it is not as simple as saying “11 = championship”. numerology and all that stuff reveal more about one’s psychology and motivations, not about fated events (though if you understand one’s psychology, you can get a clue of what type of events may be likely). anyway, i only make this comment to offer some defense of numerology and other similar disciplines so that readers at least have a fuller perspective from which they can make their evaluation.

    on a basketball note, mavs vs bulls was a freaking amazing game a couple nights ago. nowitzki is something else man.

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  41. Yahoo Sports doesn’t have the quality of reporting so they come up with this garbage to stir up debate to get their clicks for their advertisers. Thanks Mark for bringing this to your fans.

    -Cody , California

    Sent from my iPhone

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  42. Brittney, who’s ignorant? Publishing your DOB and your name. Good luck with the identity thieves.

    Comment by Melinda Augustina (@powerhungryfilm) -

  43. I thought life numbers only go up to 9. How does an “11″ life number not equate to 1+1=2? Something about this seems off…which is why I would never depend on astrology or numerology to determine my path in life. It’s all bogus.

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  44. And of all the active players in the NBA in 2006 (sorry, it was the easiest list to process that I found online): 109/496 (21.98%) have a birthday that sums to 10 or 11.

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  45. So 11 is the magic number. 11 = 1+1 = 2. April 1st was 2 days ago. It’s a joke!

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  46. For the record: 5715/30409 (18.79%) of dates between 01-01-1930 and 03-04-2013 sum to 10 or 11… so, it isn’t really rare.

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  47. Why aren’t the 11 life paths identified?

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  48. CORRECT some of the best QB’s of all time are 5′s – ALL IN THE NUMBERS

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  49. “5″ is the most common number. Maybe I shouldn’t scoff. “5″ is the “career passing yardage” number!

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  50. Just for fun, the top 21 players in career passing yards:

    Player Yds - m m d d y y y y - n1 – n2
    Brett Favre 71,838 - 1 0 1 0 1 9 6 9 - 27 – 9
    Dan Marino* 61,361 - 0 9 1 5 1 9 6 1 - 32 – 5
    Peyton Manning 59,487 - 0 3 2 4 1 9 7 6 - 32 – 5
    John Elway* 51,475 - 0 6 2 8 1 9 6 0 - 32 – 5
    Warren Moon* 49,325 - 1 1 1 8 1 9 5 6 - 32 – 5
    Fran Tarkenton* 47,003 - 0 2 0 3 1 9 4 0 - 19 – 10
    Vinny Testaverde 46,233 - 1 1 1 3 1 9 6 3 - 25 – 7
    Drew Brees 45,919 - 0 1 1 5 1 9 7 9 - 33 – 6
    Tom Brady 44,806 - 0 8 0 3 1 9 7 7 - 35 – 8
    Drew Bledsoe 44,611 - 0 2 1 4 1 9 7 2 - 26 – 8
    Dan Fouts* 43,040 - 0 6 1 0 1 9 5 1 - 23 – 5
    Joe Montana* 40,551 - 0 6 1 1 1 9 5 6 - 29 – 11
    Johnny Unitas* 40,239 - 0 5 0 7 1 9 3 3 - 28 – 10
    Kerry Collins 38,709 - 1 2 3 0 1 9 7 2 - 25 – 7
    Dave Krieg 38,147 - 1 0 2 0 1 9 5 8 - 26 – 8
    Boomer Esiason 37,920 - 0 4 1 7 1 9 6 1 - 29 – 11
    Donovan McNabb 37,276 - 1 1 2 5 1 9 7 6 - 32 – 5
    Jim Kelly* 35,467 - 0 2 1 4 1 9 6 0 - 23 – 5
    Jim Everett 34,837 - 0 1 0 3 1 9 6 3 - 23 – 5
    Jim Hart 34,665 - 0 4 2 9 1 9 4 4 - 33 – 6
    Matt Hasselbeck 34,517 - 0 9 2 5 1 9 7 5 - 38 – 11

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  51. I’m a 10. Which is my favorite number. Can’t mess with science.

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  52. WHAT A CLASS ACT U ARE CUBAN , you post the e-mail I sent you and Block me on twitter at the same time – GARY THE NUMBERS GUY

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  53. Also thought about this weird fact – check it out:
    “2011 World Champs”
    2+0+1+1+w+o+r+l+d+c+h+a+m+p+s = 2011 world champs

    FREAKY!!

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  54. Don’t mean to brag but I am an 11. Come on admit it, after laughing everyone busted out the calculator.

    Comment by Stephen Orchard (@stephenorchard) -

  55. Once again, PLEASE take me off your list!

    Michael E. Douroux

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  56. Gilbert DID draft Lebron. But Lebron without Wade and Bosh = no title, something Gilbert figured out in time to save his franchise.

    Good thing the Mavs didn’t consult him before picking up Dirk,eh?

    “7’1″ and moves like a guard” is a better number to consult than the sum of your birth date.

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  57. BUT 1+1 = 2! THEORY DISPROVEN

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  58. 3+4=7. Gawd what a loser I am! Shame spiral beginning in 11 seconds…

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  59. It seems very convincing at first, but to be truly convincing numerology needs to predicted all NBA outcomes, injuries, and wins/losses (or at least a large % like 80% if you like the 80-20 rule).

    I think Mark is smart enough to pass on this and keep it as an entertaining side note.

    Noor Shawwa
    ThinkDoBusiness.com

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  60. Interesting… To balance out the theory, I’d like to see a the numerology of some of the major busts and underachievers in the NBA’s recent history. That would be fun (maybe they’re a bunch of ZEROS!)

    I’d also like a mathematician to weigh in to provide some alternative theories on why this might happen. I suspect there may be a dull, mathematical reason for this.

    Matt

    PS I did mine 01/11/1979= 11 Did I miss my calling?

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  61. By the way, I am confident this is sarcasm…

    I am sure he feels the same way about Numerology as he does about balance and health bracelets.

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  62. “HOPE YOU READ THIS CUBES” – I am surprised that you went beyond that point in this message. Although this is interesting that Numerology shows all of these similar trends, they are nothing more than that.

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  63. Great advice. Here’s Tom Brady:
    Tom Brady 8-3-1977 (8+3+1+9+7+7=35 3+5=8)

    Wait, he’s an 8. You wouldn’t have wanted him on your team for sure.

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  64. Hahahahaha.

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  65. Did you post this or did your blog get hacked?

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  66. Maybe I’m a little slow but is this meant as a sarcastic post?

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  67. http://deneyimlioyuncu.blogspot.com/

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