Heat Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral After Bucks Loss

Heat Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral After Bucks Loss

The Miami Heat fell in devastating fashion to the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night despite Giannis Antetokounmpo being out with an injury.

Thanks to 25 three-pointers, tied for the most in a playoff game, Milwaukee made light work of Miami and Jimmy Butler to even their best-of-seven first round series up at one victory apiece.

Whereas the Bucks were impressive in every way throughout most of Game 2, including having seven players score in double figures, the Heat floundered from start to finish.

In fact, the Heat’s only positive came after the game, when one of the team’s cheerleaders went viral over her wild photos.

It all started with the main Heat cheerleading account posting her picture.

From there, eagle-eyed fans went on a mission to discover her personal page.

It didn’t take long for it to be found, and from there the cheerleader in question, Bianca, became a massive internet celebrity.

Even Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra’s wife, Nikki, stopped by Bianca’s comment section to call her a “beauty.”

This obviously isn’t the first time a dancer went viral over the course of these playoffs. A Philadelphia 76ers’ cheerleader’s provocative pictures also caused something of a stir this week, as did a Laker Girl’s racy photos.

Bianca’s newfound fame is just par for the course.

Big picture, it will be interesting to see how the Heat bounce back. They looked to have all the momentum in the world after Game 1, but they successfully squandered pretty much all of it in Game 2.

That said, so long as the Heat win in Miami, they will retain the home court advantage they stole from the Bucks. Will they be able to get it done? Time will tell.

Related: Kawhi Leonard’s Blunt Reaction To Suns’ Game 2 Win Over Clippers

Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
Back to top button