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Cavinder Twins Show Off Curves After Helping Miami Gets to Sweet 16

Haley Cavinder has taken over the trends on the socials after helping the Miami Hurricanes trash number 1 Indiana to reach the women’s NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 on Monday night. She is the new sensation!

According to the New York Post;

Haley dribbled the ball a couple of times, set herself, swished it, and put a finger up to her lips — silencing the crowd.

Haley, along with her twin sister, Hanna Cavinder, has become a popular social media influencer buoyed by her basketball career.

The pair have openly shared their lives as student-athletes, what it’s like to be an influencer, and how to deal with backlash as someone in the public eye.

Haley finished the game with nine points, while Hanna chipped in three points off the bench.

The Cavinder twins celebrated with their Canes teammates inside the locker room, where they blasted NBA YoungBoy’s “Fresh Prince Of Utah” in a TikTok video.

Hanna and other players were seen mouthing the lyrics: “It’s a parade in my city, yeah” — the same line Memphis Grizzlies point guard Ja Morant said is his team’s “lingo.”

After Yarden Garzon tied the game with a clutch 3-pointer for the Hoosiers, Miami forward Destiny Harden made a shot in the lane with 3.5 seconds left for a Hurricanes victory.

The win lifted Miami to its first Sweet 16 since 1992.

The Hoosiers (28-4) became the second No. 1 seed to be eliminated in two nights.

Stanford was upset Sunday by Ole Miss, 54-49, on its home court.

It’s the first time since 1998 that two No. 1 seeds did not advance to the regional semifinals.

Miami was coming off a stunning 17-point comeback Saturday against Oklahoma State in the opening round, in which Haley led the team with 16 points.

A year ago, they fell short of eventual champion South Carolina in the second round.

Whenever the tournament ends for Miami, it could be the last time the sisters take the court together.

“[Hanna] might not want to play our fifth year, so that’s the only reason,” Haley said on a recent episode of the “BFFs Podcast.”

“I just like to hoop so I was like I want to come back for a fifth year. But Hanna is more like, ‘I want to start my life.’”

While the Hoosiers head home earlier than expected, the Hurricanes head to Greenville, South Carolina, for a showdown with fourth-seeded Villanova, which was ranked No. 10 in the final Associated Press Top 25.

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