Damarious Randall admits huge mistake selling the Cavs fan base short

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The new safety for the Cleveland Browns sent out a tweet in advance of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. Randall, who was traded from the Green Bay Packers to the Browns earlier this offseason, recently posted a tweet about the Cavs that set Twiter on fire.

And maybe that's why Randall, who is now a member of the Cleveland Browns, felt comfortable telling anyone who retweeted one of his posts that he'd buy each of them a jersey should Cleveland win the title. When someone replied that there is "zero chance" he delivers, Randall replied by writing there's a "100 percent" chance he comes through.

"I think what Damarious found out is that there's a lot of passionate Cleveland fans here, and you got to be careful about what you say", Browns coach Hue Jackson said.

"I definitely didn't think the Cleveland fan base would go this insane about it", Randall said, via ESPN's Pat McManamon. While jersey prices range, it could still get rather pricey for Randall. When challenged with the idea that he would not follow through, however, Randall stated that there's a "100% chance" he fulfills the promise. I think he has a love and a respect for Curry, obviously.

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Randall had over 400,000 retweets as of late Tuesday afternoon, and that number is climbing fast.

As of the time this was written, Randall's tweet has reached 140,000 retweets and is only increasing!

Randall also tweeted that he's "glad" that the Cavaliers made it so that Stephen Curry can cook. However, he did note that LeBron James should be this season's MVP.

The NBA Finals tip off this Thursday with Game 1 at Golden State, with the Warriors listed as 12-point favourites to earn the victory in the first game of the series.