The 2023 NBA draft is complete and Joe Cronin seems pleased with the results. NBA analysts and experts collectively agree and have given them the highest grades. The numbers also confirm that the players selected are a “fit” by the numbers as well. This, of course, does not guarantee they will work out, but leans toward the reality that the Blazers will become better with them. Or, they could become valuable assets for trading in the future.
Here is a baseline I have posted several times that gives key numbers for the team and high profile individuals, including last years picks.:
For those who have followed my articles here before you know that my approach to sports is for sure unconventional. I have been a student and professional numerologist for over 55 years, and enjoy dabbling in sports occasionally. My primary sports interest has been the Portland Trail Blazers.
I do not have the time right now to lay out all of the details, but leave it to you, the reader, to come to your own conclusions. If you are new to the site you will find the interpretation of the abbreviations used here, along with basic meaning of the numbers.
NBA Franchise received on 2 24 1970=25=7 (Date of Birth)
First game was 10 16 1970=25=7
Won only NBA title 6 4 1977=34=7
Portland Trail Blazers =Acc=90=9. OY 67=13=4. IY=23=5
Damian Lillard=IS 108=9. P=55=10=1. S=53=8
Chauncey Billups=IS 80=8. P=44=8. S=36=9
When I added Shaedon I got most excited. And now add Jabari Walker. Considering the resources the Blazers had to work with, from a numerological point of view they hit the jackpot!!
Shaedon Sharpe=IS=61=7, P=43=7, S=18=9
LN=13=4 (also a pure 40), Dest=74=11=2
Jabari Walker=88=7 IS, P=47=11=2, S=41-5
Now let us take a look at the new guys in town!
Sterling “Scoot” Freeman Henderson comes out IS=124=7, S=41=5, P=83=11=2, LN=11=2 and destiny number 135=9!!! A clear fit and with numbers bigger than life. Should also benefit from Billups style of coaching and can become another Blazer legacy.
Kristopher James Murray comes in with an IS=103=4, S=37=10=1, P= a master number 66=12=3, LN=20=2. A brief summary suggests he will work well with Billups, be disciplined and hard working and turn out to become well recognized and far better than his position in the draft indicated. He is in a 7 personal year!
Rayan Rupert IS=58=13=4, S=17=8, P=41=5 and LN=15=6 and is in a personal year 7. The word is he will need development, but the numbers say he could be a great contributor down the line.
(P.S.) I don’t understand all of this ballyhoo about will Dame go, can he and Scoot play together, does Scoot go in trade, etc, etc. etc. Joe Cronin says they can both fit. Seems easy to me, If Scoot is as good as they believe let him lead the rotation off of the bench. Puts him in line for rookie of the year, and if he is really really good both rookie and sixth man of the year! Simple. What rookie would be disappointed with that?