The Cleveland Browns' new free safety made a promise on Twitter on Monday night that if the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals that he'd buy a jersey for each person who retweeted his post.
As of Tuesday morning, Randall had 72,801 retweets, and the number was growing fast. Things could get costly for the NFL football player but there's no doubt he's counting on the Cavaliers to take home the big trophy.
By Wednesday afternoon NZ time, there were 532,000 retweets of Randall's message.
Lebron takes Cavaliers to 4th NBA Finals in a row
He joins seven Montreal Canadiens and five Boston Celtics . "We just couldn't quite knock them down, and to no fault of anybody". King Lebron scored 35 points with 15 rebounds and nine assists to lead his team to win the Eastern Conference series 4-3.
That would mean Randall's promise would cost him at minimum $22.8 million to upwards of $76 million, unless he can get a deal buying in bulk. He said he relates to Curry's story of overcoming injuries.
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When one person replied, "Zero percent chance he delivers", Randall retweeted and commented, "100% chance".
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The Cleveland fan base called his bluff. Like I said, I think it was all done in fun.
He later added, "Even if the Cavs do lose, I actually still plan on doing something for the fans".
"Obviously, this is Damarious' first year with us, and I am sure that there are a lot of lessons learned", Jackson said of his social-media policy. "We're just going to watch the series and see how everything folds out".
Kyrie Irving (L) in the Nike Kyrie 3 and Stephen Curry in the Under Armour Curry 4 during the 2017 NBA Finals. I definitely didn't think the Cleveland fan base would go this insane about it.
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