1. I got no presents for Christmas last year.
2. I have no talent when it comes to dancing.
1. Have you got any shorts?
(Do you have any shorts?)
"Got" can be seen as trumping "hot" when one is choosing between multiple "hot" possibilities.
It is likely/possible that the usage evolved from the more common "s/he's hot," either from conventional informal phonetic play or even from internet/typo humor (as in teh), as the "g" character is adjacent to the "h" character on keyboards using the standard qwerty layout.
"I'm asking Marisha out, 'cos she's got—end of story."
"I need more than hot—I need someone who's got."