101 is the 26th prime number. If the Nuggets win they could get their 41st win against Golden State and stay on 26 losses.
Golden State = 41
They can also pick up their 68th home win against the Warriors.
Denver = 68
The Nuggets could lose and stay on 67 home wins against the Warriors on a date with 19 life lesson number. 67 is the 19th prime. This is also the 67th game of the season.
Further evidence of a Nuggets loss is that they are talking up Jokic and his performance. They just played the Warriors two games ago. This game comes 19 days (2 weeks 5 days) from Jokic’s 27th birthday. Again, the Nuggets could stay on 67 home wins on a 19 date and fall to 25 home losses.
The Denver Nuggets were founded in ‘67 as the Denver Larks, which sums to 69 and this game comes on the 69th day of the year.
That looks like a perfect ritual from Jokic’s birthday, giving an edge to the Warriors. But keeping it very simple still lines up great for a Nuggets win.
This game is also 190 days from the Nuggets’ coach’s birthday. 190 is 19 in numerology and is also the 19th triangular number, again, connecting back to the Nuggets staying on 67 home wins. Denver Nuggets = 190
Golden State = 58. 271 is the 58th prime. 27 weeks and 1 day from his birthday.
This game is also 201 days from Steve Kerr’s upcoming birthday. He is the coach of the Warriors and born on the anniversary of the Jesuits being recognized by Rome.
The Jesuit Order = 201
The Jesuit Order = 84
Jesuit = 84
Nuggets can stay on 84 all-time losses against Steve Kerr’s Lakers 201 days from Kerr’s birthday.
There’s a decent upset narrative for the Nuggets but the 19/25 connection from Jokic’s birthday synced up with the Nuggets home record is a good clue for the Warriors winning. If the Nuggets upset, then it shows that maybe it’s not always that important from the star players’ birthday.