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Late Monday night, after the Golden State Warriors stormed back to defeat the Houston Rockets in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals, Randall stated on Twitter that he would buy everyone who retweeted his post a Cavs jersey.

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.

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, it's the most retweeted tweet in the United States between May 23 and May 29.

Playing for one of Cleveland's teams, however, and openly rooting against another isn't a wise move.

While Randall would like to give jerseys to fans in the event of a Cavaliers victory, basic logic would tell you that he simply got caught up in the hoopla that comes with trying to fit in among an excited Cleveland sports fan base.

If the wholesale price is still too expensive, Randall he could always try to defray the cost by getting everyone knockoff CVAS jerseys from China.

A native of Pensacola, Fla., Randall explained he became a fan of Stephen Curry because of his passion and the injuries he overcame on his way to stardom with the Warriors.

Naturally, many Cleveland fans don't want to hear it.

One fan responded to the jersey post by saying "Zero chance he delivers". "I am actually a big LeBron fan as well, but when he's going against Steph, I would rather Steph over LeBron", he said. It's simply because I would love a free jersey. "I said that to our football team". "We're just going to watch the series and see how everything folds out".

For example, Randall meant to attend Games 3 and 4 of the Finals in Cleveland, but now he's unsure.

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