Another fan said that there's no way Randall would deliver on this promise, which Randall did take issue with.
Although Golden State appears to be the overwhelming favorite, it wouldn't hurt to give Randall's message a simple retweet in the event of an upset.
The number presently sits at just under 850,000 and only figures to go up from here. "Obviously, it was a joke, but just to know how passionate this fan base is, I mean, it's just really encouraging". Randall said he was referring to Quicken Loans Arena, and said he merely likes Curry.
While other Twitter users have cast doubt on whether the newly acquired defensive back will follow through, he tweeted back at one skeptic on Monday with the promise he would "100 percent" keep his promise.
Randall certainly didn't expect his tweet to go viral like this, although any time a professional athlete offers free giveaways, there's a good chance people will buy in, especially on social media. "It is a great, great opportunity to interact with the fans and we're just going to watch the series and just see how everything folds out".
"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. However, he did note that LeBron James should be this season's MVP. "I said that to our football team".
"I thought that was tremendous", Jackson said. The Florida native added that he has court-side seats for Games 3 and 4.
"I don't think any Cavs fans would sell me any tickets anymore", he said.