Paige Spiranac has marked the start of the NBA Finals between the Denver Nuggets and the Miami Heat by posting a serious of stunning pictures from a basketball court
Influencer Paige Spiranac has cheekily been asked to perform some ‘jump sH๏τs’ after swapping the golf course for the basketball court.
The former ‘Sєxiest woman in the world’ has marked the NBA Finals, which got underway this week, by posing with a much bigger ball than she’s used to. Following the first match, which saw the Denver Nuggets beat the Miami Heat 104-93, Spiranac asked her 3.7million Instagram followers: “Gotta love NBA finals. Nuggets take game 1! Who do you think will end up winning?
Her post featured a series of pictures of her posing with a basketball in pink H๏τ pants and a revealing white top which showed off her ample ᴀssets.
Rather than answering her question, most fans were distracted by the stunning images. One declared: “We ALL won with this post!”
Another asked: “Can we see some jump sH๏τs?” And it seems many fans want the same with that comment attracting almost 250 likes at the time of writing. Another starstruck follower pointed out: “Good Lord, they keep getting bigger.”
A fourth said: “You’re such a baller Paige!” Meanwhile, a fifth quipped: “Call foul for excess cleavage.”
Following a one-sided opener, the pressure is on the Heat ahead of game two on Monday.
In game one, Nuggets centre Nikola Jokic was pivotal, picking up a seamless triple-double in his finals debut. Miami had no defensive answers for the 28-year-old Serbian, who orchestrated Denver’s offence before finishing with 27 points, 14 ᴀssists and 10 rebounds.
Outside of the first few minutes, Denver never looked like losing – much to the appreciation of a raucous home crowd. Bam Adebayo had a strong showing for the Heat as he picked up a team-high 26 points, but he had little help from an inconsistent offence.
On the other hand, Jokic was ably ᴀssisted by a 26-point effort from Jamal Murray, while fellow starters Aaron Gordon and Michael Porter Jr added 16 and 14 points respectively. The series is Denver’s first trip back to the finals in 47 years, while Miami are on the hunt for their fourth championship.