Randall, who was traded from the Green Bay Packers to the Browns just months ago, has shown support for Steph Curry and the Warriors throughout the playoffs, which led him to tweet the following last night.
Another fan said that there's no way Randall would deliver on this promise, which Randall did take issue with.
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I retweeted that tweet as soon as I saw it. You'd better believe I'm one of them, too.
If you're a Cavaliers Fan, a Cleveland Browns football player just posted a tweet you won't want to refuse. That's $11.4 million worth of jerseys.
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If the number of retweets continue to increase substantially and Randall chooses something else instead for those people, I doubt there would be much complaining. Given that Randall is set to earn just under $1.1 million next year, we sense a lot of Cavs fans are going to be disappointed when he can't fulfill his promise.
Asked whether he has a plan he can put into motion should the Cavs upset the Warriors, Randall said, "I mean I guess we'll have to watch the series and see".
Like it or not, Randall says he'll be in attendance for Games 3 and 4, which are to be held inside Oracle Arena.
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Golden State will be without 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala as he continues to recover from a bone bruise in his left knee. LeBron has played all 82 regular season games and has seen 600 more minutes than any Warriors player ahead of the Finals.
"I don't think any Cleveland fans would sell me any tickets anymore", Randall said.