Found April 18, 2012 on
As we quickly approach the NBA playoffs, it’s about time to focus on what’s really important. Of course we’re talking about the Cheerleaders of the NBA Playoffs. And as much as people hate Lebron James & Co., there is no doubt that the Miami Heat Dancers are some of hottest cheerleaders in all of professional sports.
Drawing off the immense talent walking around South Beach just isn’t fair for teams like the Indiana Pacers. I love Midwest girls, but they don’t look like Sophie. Smokin’ hot Asian cheerleader was a ridiculous body and personality to match? Yes, please. No wonder King James ran as fast as he could out of Cleveland. I don’t think he was running away from Ohio. He was definitely running to Sophie and her teammates!
Know Your Cheerleaders of the NBA Playoffs: Sophie
• Originally from Singapore
• She would love to have the power of teleportation (so she could see me more often!)
• Wants to own her dance studio some day
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