Miami Basketball Twins Haley And Hanna Cavinder’s Latest Video

Miami Basketball Twins Haley And Hanna Cavinder's Latest Video

Haley Cavinder and her twin sister Hanna Cavinder stunned the college basketball community this past year when they decided to transfer to Miami.

Both young women enjoyed a decent amount of success at Fresno State in 2022, so the move was unexpected in a lot of circles. Haley led all scorers on the team with nearly 20 points per game, while her sister came in second with 14.5 points per outing.

In 2023, they are bringing their star power to Florida.

Besides just being immensely successful on the court, Haley and Hanna have also racked up a ton of followers off it. They currently boast more than half a million followers across all their social medias and routinely blow up for their various posts.

This week, a video featuring them and their mom on TikTok went mega-viral.

@cavindertwins where she go we go #foryou #fyp ♬ original sound – Female Rap

Beyond that, the sisters also routinely set the internet ablaze with their various Instagram offerings.

Case in point:


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There is a fair case to be made that the Cavinder twins are currently the second-biggest stars in all of collegiate sports. Obviously, as proven by how viral her vacation photos went this past weekend, Olivia Dunne remains the top dog in that respect.

But after her – it’s definitely the Cavinder twins.

Will they be able to lead the Hurricanes to some sort of college basketball glory in 2023?

An answer one way or the other will emerge soon enough.

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Charles Kruger

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