NBA teams are named according to a secret code


A secret code is used across all professional sports to title teams.  This same code is also used throughout the entire global mass media.  The code's main "Rule of 3" is that the majority of titles only have initials of the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 23rd, 26th letters.  This strong group is used in combination with A (1), B (2), D (4), J (10), K (11) and T (20), letters which give strength through combination.  Every team name of the National Basketball Association utilizes the code and the "Rule of 3".  Because these nicknames are so popular, they fit the parameters of the code very simply.  

Phoenix Suns
P.S. = 16-19.  The combination of two "3" letters strengthens each.  It also ostensibly moves to 6/9, which is .666, the "Number of the Beast".

Indiana Pacers
I.P. = 9-16.  Also fits the "Rule of 3".  Again, an alternative way of stating 6/9, .666.

Detroit Pistons
D.P. = 4-16.  P is a "3" letter because it contains a multiple of 3 according to its place in the alphabet.  D is a catalyzing, strengthening letter.  Combining them follows the code's main rule.  It also ostensibly moves to 4/6, 2/3, .666.  

San Antonio Spurs
S.A.S. (1-19-1) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter S (19) and catalyzer A (1).  Each letter and its corresponding number possess their own special symbolism.  S symbolizes ideas related to important S words: Sex, and Super.  If you can meditate on the symbolism of the letter S and the number 19, you'll see that S.A.S. precisely matches the image and mentality of the team itself.

Washington Wizards
W.W. (23-23).  Alliteration is never innocent or cute.  It implies the strength intrinsic to that letter.  The 23rd letter is absolutely vital, symbolizing ideas related to important W words: World, War, Winning, Want.

Cleveland Cavaliers
C.C. (3-3).  Obviously, because the code is a "3" game, alliterating C makes sense.  Also consider that the third letter occurs here twice.  C.C.C. would be a more complete statement, the third letter three times.  Having it only twice implies the ratio 2 out 3, or .666 repeating.

Sacramento Kings
S.K. (19-11) associates S (19) with uber-perfection represented by K (11).  Everyone can understand that J (10) symbolizes perfection and K (11) is the next step.

Minnesota Timberwolves
M.T. (13-20) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of  "3" letter (M) and catalyzer (T).  "Timberwolves" is also suggestive of T.W. (20-23), another eminent pairing which strengthens W.

Portland Trailblazers
P.T. (16-2) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of  "3" letter P (16) and catalyzer T (20).  "Trailblazers" is also suggestive of T.B. (20-2), both catalyzers strengthening P.

Milwaukee Bucks
M.B. (13-2) is another common pairing which follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter M and catalyzer B.

Dallas Mavericks
D.M. (4-13) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter (M) and a catalyzing primary letter (D).

Miami Heat
H (8) is not a "3" letter, but does symbolize ideas which the writers of the code want associated with M (13).  Basically, H stands for Happy and M stands for Man.

Charlotte Hornets
C.H. (3-8) is very similar to the Heat, the combination of a "3" letter C (3) and H (8).

Toronto Raptors
T.R. (20-18) is very common because it has the effect of strengthening S (19) which lies in between.

Philadelphia 76ers
Titles containing numbers are a tease, designed to trivialize the code and confuse the masses.  Phonetically, the name moves to P.S.S. (16-19-19), which fits the code precisely.  The number 76 is meant to numerically represent the mentality and image of both the team and the city of Philadelphia.

Houston Rockets
H.R. fits the cipher because H is 8 and R is 18, so these initials are used in combination with consonance.  Heroes Reborn (tv show), Rush Hour, Run's House, Hannibal Rising, and "Holiday Road" (famous song) follow this form.

Utah Jazz
U.J. (21-10) is an interesting example because U and J are weaker letters in opposition to the strong "3" letters (C, F, I, M, P, S, W, Z).  The key here is that initials symbolize what the Government wants the locality of the team to epitomize.  Utah is an exemplary state, where the people possess the qualities of these special letters, the 21st and 10th.

Chicago Bulls
C.B. (3-2) is remarkable because the city's other sports teams (BlackhawksBearsCubs) are also the 2nd or 3rd letters.  The Chicago White Sox also fits the cipher easily (C.W.S. = 3-23-19).  Their MLS team, the Fire, moves to C.F. (3-6), fitting the "Rule of 3".

Boston Celtics
B.C. (2-3) moves to .666 repeating, again the number of the beast.

New Orleans Pelicans
N.O.P. (14-15-16) fits the code in two ways.  First, the code prefers ascending letters rather than descending.  For example, R.S. (18-19) is far more common than S.R. (19-18).  Secondly, it is an O with an N and P on either side. N.P. moves to 14/16 which moves to 4/6, .666.  The New England Patriots is very similar because N.E.P. moves to 14-5-16.

Denver Nuggets
D.N. (14-4) does not follow the "Rule of 3", but these two letters are in agreement because they both contain a 4.

New York Knicks
N.Y.K. (14-25-11) does not follow the "Rule of 3",  we can still make observations.  The name is consonant because N+K=Y.  Are you seeing now how this is a riddle wrapped in an enigma?

Golden State Warriors
G.S.W. = 7-19-23.  A team name which would fit the code more easily would have the initials F.S.W. (6-19-23).  Consider that that the personality of each locality is represented by the initials of its team.  Like the city of San Francisco, the Warriors have a good reputation, a positive demeanor, and are not known for dirty play.  Hence, it makes sense that their team name contains a G, rather than F.  The Green Bay Packers are a similar example because of their clean image.  F.B.P. would perfectly follow the main "3" rule of the code, however these letters wouldn't represent the team or its locality accurately.

Memphis Grizzlies
M.G. (13-7) is an extremely common pairing of initials in the media.  Every title makes a statement with its initials.  In this case, it is important that the respective symbolisms of M and G are combined.  M.F. (13-6) is also extremely common because it follows the "Rule of 3", however it is also vital to public opinion that the letter symbolizing Man be combined frequently with the letter symbolizing God.

Oklahoma City Thunder
O.C.T. equals 5-3-20.  We know that O.C. follows the code because of the famous show, The O.C., and the famous rapper, "OC".  C.T. (3-20) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of a "3" letter (C) and catalyzer (T).  So, pairings O.C. (5-3) and C.T. (3-20) both follow the code.  

Seattle Super Sonics
The Thunder's previous identity, S.S.S. (19-19-19), is a simple use of alliteration which strengthens the S image.  Cities beginning with S are easy to name:  Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Storm (WNBA), Seattle Sounders (MLS) and Seattle Mariners (S.M., 19-13).

If you're one of the many who believe that professional sports are rigged, you are basically right, though understand that the main objective of "The Show" is your being entertained, your being presented with exactly what you want, nothing more or less, so that you are not disappointed.  In this way, the Illuminati have created a dream-reality for the ingestion of the masses, numbing the people into submission by making them blissfully happy.  When the show is over, and our rulers admit their treachery, the entire dream will be fulfilled, and everything will make sense.

This website exists to expose how the Government-Media uses letters and numbers to subliminally control the people.  This code has existed for the past century without anyone noticing who wasn't in on the secret.  The code is the most important tool which the Government uses to subjugate the people.  Once the people widely know about and understand this secret, the worldwide walls of oppression will all fall down.  So, it's important to educate yourself about these truths.  Be sure to share, and read my articles on the WNBA, MLB, NFL and NHL.