Cavinder Twins Show Off Wild Birthday Celebration Photos

Cavinder Twins Show Off Wild Birthday Celebration Photos

Haley Cavinder and Hanna Cavinder are the two biggest stars in women’s college basketball this year.

Haley currently leads all Miami players with 13.1 points per game, while her twin sister Hanna is averaging 4.2 points per game.

Last year with Fresno State, Haley led all scorers with almost 20 points per outing while Hanna chipped in 14.5 points per outing.

Miami is currently 12-7 on the year due in no small part to the Cavinder twins’ impact.

In addition to being major stars on the court, the Cavinder twins are also huge influencers off it. The pair boasts a massive social media presence and regularly blows up for stuff they post online.

This week the sisters shared their wild birthday celebration photos, to much acclaim.

This isn’t the first time in recent weeks that the Cavinder twins have caused a stir. Their provocative video from last month went mega-viral, too.

While it is fair to say that the Cavinder twins aren’t on the same superstardom level as LSU icon Olivia Dunne and her sister, their popularity is definitely gaining steam.


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A lot will ultimately depend on how Miami plays going forward.

One of the things that really made the Cavinder twins unique when they were in Fresno State was how good they were on the court. Both of them.

In that same vein, the success needs to repeat itself at Miami.

The college basketball season is a long one. Will the Cavinder twins be able to get Miami into the NCAA tournament and beyond? Time will tell.

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Charles Kruger

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