WATCH: Cavinder Twins groove and drop three-point shots during offseason workout

Cavinder Twins practicing their basketball skills by dancing and making lots of three-point shots.
Cavinder Twins practicing their basketball skills by dancing and making lots of three-point shots (Credit: IMAGN, Instagram/@haleycavinder)

The Cavinder Twins are working hard in the offseason, practicing their basketball skills by making lots of three-point shots while having fun dancing. Last season, Hanna took a break from basketball, but Haley kept playing. Hanna has now decided to return to the Miami Hurricanes, especially since Miami lost seven players to the transfer portal this offseason.

On Friday, the twins shared a video on Instagram of them practicing together and making long-range shots. Haley captioned the post:

"Morning Miami @hanna.cavinder."

Fans noticed something interesting — the twins are both left-handed. One fan commented:

“They both lefties.”

Another said:

“I JUST noticed yall are lefties.”

A third fan was excited to see them in action, writing:

“My faves!! So happy y’all are back! I’ll see you in Louisville.”
Screenshot, via Instagram: @haleycavinder
Screenshot, via Instagram: @haleycavinder

On changing her mind and deciding to return to the court for the last and fifth year, Hanna told On3 that she is feeling much better and will not let others influence her choices.

"I'm in a way better headspace, and I'm not going to let the outside noise affect my decisions,” Hanna said. “Ultimately, being on the basketball court with Haley makes my life way happier. So, if that's what I want to do, then I'm going to do it."

Cavinder twins Haley and Hanna decided to unite for their final year

Hanna Cavinder and Haley Cavinder pose before the Miami Grand Prix at Miami International Autodrome.
Hanna Cavinder and Haley Cavinder pose before the Miami Grand Prix at Miami International Autodrome.

Haley and Hanna Cavinder, both 23, have made a significant impact in the realm of college athlete endorsements. They reportedly earned $2 million as of last June. Their brand partnerships include big names like WWE, Champs Sports, LifeWallet, Under Armour, and Victoria’s Secret PINK.

The twins, who began playing basketball around the age of 6, prepare for their final collegiate basketball season, Haley announced on Instagram:

"Given the news yesterday that my sister was returning to play ball at Miami and after careful consideration and thought, I’ve decided to return to the University of Miami and play with Hanna for our final and 5th year."

The Cavinder Twins, who boast 4.5 million followers on TikTok, were instrumental in leading the Miami Hurricanes to the school's first-ever Elite 8 appearance this season.

During the 2022-23 season, Haley averaged 12.2 points and 4.9 rebounds per game at Miami. Initially, Hanna had considered stepping away from the game, while Haley expressed her desire to continue for one more season. Ultimately, the Cavinder Twins decided to unite for their final year.

Will the Miami Hurricanes achieve a significant milestone with the Cavinder Twins this season? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!

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