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Miami’s Cavinder Twins Are Already Making Way More Money Than Highest Paid WNBA Stars

Miami Hurricanes’ Cavinder twins are making much more than the highest-paid WNBA stars.

On Friday, Miami and the Cavinder Twins advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time in the program’s history and the Twins celebrated by sharing a TikTok video to their 4.5 million followers.

@cavindertwins ELITE 8 US #fyp #bball #twins ♬ Move ya body CHAMOS remix – Changing Currents

According to ON3’s NIL valuations, the Cavinder twins are banking $850k each a year in NIL deals.

“Hanna and Haley’s On3 NIL Valuations each sit at $851,000, which is a more than $15,000 jump in the last week. The twins sit at No. 33 and No. 33, respectively, in the On3 NIL 100. The rankings are the first of its kind and a de facto NIL ranking of the top 100 high school and college athletes ranked by their On3 NIL Valuation.”

For comparison’s sake, the highest paid players only make $222k in salary.

Via NBC Sports

In terms of base salaries, three athletes are tied for the highest-paid player in the WNBA: Seattle Storm stars Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart and Phoenix Mercury icon Diana Taurasi. Each had a salary of $228,094 for this season.