The 2020 NBA All-Star Game was dedicated to Kobe Bryant, and was the first ever played with a “target score”, which was set at 157. Of course, Kobe Bryant sums to 157 in gematria, and died on his 157th day of his age.
Read more about Kobe’s death and 157 here:
Notice in three quarters, one of two teams scored 41-points. Of course, Kobe died at age 41.
For another Kobe tribute, Kawhi Leonard won the first ever Kobe Bryant All-Star Award, making 8 3-pointers, thus scoring 24-points from behind the stripe, and reminding that Kobe Bryant wore jerseys 8 and 24 in his NBA career.
The game was played a span of 135-days from Kawhi’s upcoming birthday.
Kawhi finished with 30-points. *Kobe Bryant = 113 (30th prime)
The other thing worth reminding about is that this was the first year the All-Star uniforms had a 6-pointed star, similar to the Star of David. This is no accident in the 74th NBA season, the year of Zion Williamson, who the sweepstakes was for on May 14, 2019, the 71-year anniversary of Zionist Israel.
The picture with Abdul-Jabbar is fitting because he is the NBA’s all-time points leader, and he played for the Lakers and the Bucks, who were the teams that had the player captains for this year’s game, LeBron James, and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Don’t forget LeBron James passed Kobe Bryant in points scored, in Kobe’s hometown, Philadelphia, the day before Kobe Bryant reportedly died. Of course in Revelation, there is a letter written to the Church of Philadelphia, about the false Jews, The Synagogue of Satan.