LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are +650 underdogs to upset the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals according to Las Vegas bookmakers. This deal is going to be hard to follow through on should the Cavaliers upset the Warriors - which is a long shot at the moment - and Randall's retweet number is climbing rapidly. 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, Randall's tweet had been retweeted 869,000 times.
A native of Pensacola, Fla., Randall has quickly discovered that Cleveland fans stick together and if you disrespect one team, you incur the wrath of the masses.
When a fan on social media posted that there was no chance Randall would honor his word, he quickly responded by tweeting: "100% chance".
Randall is from Florida, but said he became a fan of Curry's after the shooting star made a name for himself at Davidson College and went pro.
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"They will love me when they see me play Free Safety", Randall tweeted Sunday, adding three emojis symbolizing faces with tears of joy.
"I think what Damarious found out is that there are a lot of passionate Cleveland fans here, and that you have to be careful with what you say", Jackson said.
Randall, 25, couldn't possibly fulfill his promise, even though he doubled down five minutes after the original tweet was sent by writing on Twitter there's a "100 percent chance" he would deliver. "And I think, to us, it's something that we laugh and joke about and definitely something that we have to continue to watch for". Like I said, I think it was all done in fun. It's a small city with a fan base that wants its athletes to support the hometown team.