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Do Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014?

Do the Miami Heat or the San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014? The question is relevant this year because the Heat and the Spurs are facing off against each other for the second consecutive year in the NBA Finals.

Do Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014?
Do Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014?Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images
Do Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014?
Do Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014?Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images

Both the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs have really hot cheerleaders this year. I've included a slideshow of photos to help you decide which squad is hotter in 2014.

Do Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs have hotter NBA cheerleaders in 2014?

  • Miami Heat Dancers

The Miami Heat cheerleaders are called the Miami Heat Dancers, or just the Heat Dancers. There are 23 women on the Heat Dancers squad in 2014, and all 23 have posed this year for Heat Dancers Wallpapers.

The Heat Dancers also do public appearances during the year. Famous Miami Heat Dancer alumni include sports reporter Kristina Akra, "Bachelor" contestants Jenni Croft and Trista Rehn, singer and actress Jessica Sutta, and WWE Diva Layla El.

  • San Antonio Spurs Silver Dancers

The San Antonio Spurs cheerleaders are called the Silver Dancers. There are 19 hot women (see photos) on the 2014 Silver Dancers cheerleaders squad.

Each Silver Dancers cheerleader has her own bio and photo gallery on the Silver Dancers official website. The Silver Dancers also do public appearances by request and for payment, and only within a 75 mile radius of San Antonio, Texas.

Hope you enjoy the hot photos in the slideshow. Watch for the women in the photos during the NBA Finals this year.

Good luck to both the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. The Miami Heat are trying in 2014 to get on the list of teams that have won the most consecutive NBA Championships.