If the Cleveland Cavaliers win two games versus the Warriors in the Finals I will give everyone who RTS this 1000$— THREEZUS (@DenverStruck) May 29, 2018
If Cleveland wins this Title I will name my first born LeBron Robertson.— Wes (@wrobertson2112) May 29, 2018
I’m so confident in my @cavs, if the @warriors win the 2018 NBA finals, I’ll buy anyone who retweets this a signed @StephenCurry30 gameworn jersey. Even you @RandallTime. @KingJames https://t.co/zsQp3LxGbu— Joe Thomas (@joethomas73) May 30, 2018
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100 rts and if the cavs win the finals I’ll tattoo LeBron James’ face on my ass.— kayla. (@kxxlaa) May 30, 2018
if the cavs win I'll get everyone who retweets this a framed pic of me (in a v nice suit) holding my dog, SIGNED— Jack Mansfield (@jowmans) May 29, 2018
if the cavs even win a game i will give anyone who retweets this $10— Fuego (@scottiefuego) May 29, 2018
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