NBA says teams can reopen practice facilities on May 8, 2020, 58-days after the league was suspended

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The NBA plans to reopen for basketball practice on May 8, or 8/5, like 85.

Think of the first March Madness in 1985.

May 8, or 5/8, like 58, is also 58-days after the league was suspended, March 11.

As we know, the number 58 connects to King James, who died at age 58, his bible, Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers, and words such as ‘Freemasonry’, ‘Rosicrucian’ and ‘Secret Society’.  

The number also connects to the state name ‘Utah’, and of course, Utah was the team that caused the league to go into suspension. *It was also the last team Kobe Bryant faced before retiring.

Don’t forget the significance of the March 11 date, or 11/3, like 113.

Kobe was the big death this season, and he finished his career against the Utah Jazz, the only team in the league with a 113 name.

Kobe’s retirement poem was ‘Dear Basketball’.

In the league’s off-time, Michael Jordan has got a lot of attention.  And don’t forget Jordan’s “flu game” against the Utah Jazz.

May 8 will also be 103-days after Kobe Bryant’s January 26, 2020 death.

103 ties in with the Utah Jazz as well.

What brings the 58 and 113 together is time, or the “solar cycle”.