Randall promised to buy everyone who retweeted his post a jersey if the Cleveland Cavaliers defeat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. Assuming around $100 for an authentic replica, Randall could have a $100 million retweet fiasco on his hands.
In fact, from May 23-May 29, no tweet was retweeted more.
Until he gets to play in front of Browns fans, Randall could become more liked by Cleveland fans even more thanks to social media.
"I definitely didn't think it would go as viral as it did".
A jersey costs around NZ$120, so Randall would have to spend nearly NZ$64 million if he was to honour his promise.
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Want your voice heard? When someone replied that there is "zero chance" he delivers, Randall replied by writing there's a "100 percent" chance he comes through. "I am actually a big LeBron fan as well, but when he's going against Steph, I would rather Steph over LeBron", he said. Like I said, I think it was all done in fun.
"I love when athletes engage with fans in fun and creative ways, so if Damarious is serious about the idea, I'd love to have Fanatics support him so he's not paying for his everything on his own", Rubin told SI.com in a statement.
It's one thing to underestimate the city of Cleveland as a fan base.
"I don't think any Cleveland fans would sell me any tickets anymore", Randall said.