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If the Cleveland Cavaliers win the 2018 National Basketball Association finals I'll buy everyone who retweet's this a jersey...

Safety Damarious Randall was traded from the Packers to the Browns this offseason, but he hasn't switched his basketball rooting allegiances to his new city. If the Cavs win the championship, Randall says he'll buy a jersey for anyone who retweeted his message. When someone replied that there is "zero chance" he delivers, Randall replied by writing there's a "100 percent" chance he comes through.

"Honestly, I didn't think it was going to get over 100 [retweets], to be honest", said Randall, who added that would do "something" for fans regardless of the NBA Finals result.

"That just kind of goes to show that this Cleveland fan base is great. Just to know how passionate this fan base is, it is really encouraging".

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Randall's tweet picked up steam fast, going from 30 thousand retweets to well over 100k in mere hours. At $99.99 each for jerseys, that would mean Randall could be spending $77.7 million. Randall vowed that if the Cavaliers defeat Golden State, he will purchase a jersey for every person that retweets his pledge.

Damarious Randall is now a little under $90 million in debt-at least if a tweet amounts to a verbal contract. For those that have faith in LeBron James and the underdog Cavaliers, their odds are set at +650, meaning a $US100 bet would earn a $US650 return should they pull off the upset. I think he has a love and respect for Steph Curry, obviously. "I said that to our football team".

"I thought it was tremendous".

Kyrie Irving (L) in the Nike Kyrie 3 and Stephen Curry in the Under Armour Curry 4 during the 2017 NBA Finals.