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7 NFC championship game. (1964) Others, Mr. Randall, how are things in Cleveland?
Damarious Randall, the free security that the Browns had acquired in trading with the Packers in March, got off on the wrong foot with the country's residents, who disapproved of criticizing one of their sports teams. It's strange, really, and it can only cost Randall a bundle of money. Just before midnight on Monday night, Randall felt the Golden State Warriors advancing to the NBA Finals, where they'll play the Cleveland Cavaliers. He even laughed that Tyrod Taylor was raging for the Cavs now.
So he was actually chesty that he allowed his thumb to "retweet anyone retweeting a jersey …"
Well, who can not use a fresh jersey? Obviously all because his little commentary was retweeted over 153,000 times (starting at 1:30 pm Eastern, the number is growing and growing). Given that the Cavs website has authentic jerseys for a maximum of $ 200 per pop, that means he would stand just north of $ 30 million. Sip. Of course, there's a very good chance that all of this will eventually work for the Pensacola, Fla., Natives, who has a four-year, $ 7.9 million contract with the Browns. He has Vegas on his side.
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The city of Westgate Sportsbook has the Cavs a +650 money line outsider (win $ 100 to win $ 650) against the Warriors this year, the longest odds a James team has faced in its nine NBA finals appearances. The previous highlight was his first Finals trip in 2007, when James Cavaliers +350 outsiders against the San Antonio Spurs, who swept Cleveland in four games. In his nine trips to the NBA Finals, James's teams have opened as favorites only twice: the Miami Heat was a favorite win in 2013 favorite, and it did while Miami entered the 2011 final as a -175 favorite, losing against the Dallas Mavericks in six games.
Overall, James & # 39 Teams are 3-5 in the NBA Finals and last year the Cavs lost to the Warriors in five games.
The Warriors are listed as -1000 money-line favorites to beat the Cavs in their fourth straight finals meeting (wager $ 1,000) to win $ 100), which implies an implied likelihood of about 91 per cent, according to The Post's Matt Bonesteel equivalent. And to top it off, Golden State, according to historical data from SportsOddsHistory.com, has been NBA's biggest favorite for the last 16 years.
But what if the Cavs can do it? Randall ended a user's suggestion that he has "no chance to deliver" with a quick "100% chance" response five minutes later.
In September he promises that all this will be forgotten.
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