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“Devin Booker brought a $285,000 Ferrari after his $158 million contract extension!”: The Phoenix Suns superstar’s collection kicked off with this one of a kind beauty 

Jeet Pukhrambam

"Devin Booker brought a $285,000 Ferrari after his $158 million contract extension!": The Phoenix Suns superstar's collection kicked off with this one of a kind beauty 

Devin Booker is obsessed with cars, new and old. We got to know when he pulled up in a $285k Ferrari 488 Spider in 2019.

All of Devin Booker’s car collection came to public view just days after he started posting a picture with his brand new Ferrari. Just a few months after signing a five-year max deal with the Phoenix Suns, Booker rolled up in a car that showed his worth.

The deal in question is Booker’s rookie extension, which granted him a serious bag worth $158 million over five years. January 2nd, 2019 is when Booker showed off his car, a brand new matte black Ferrari 488 Spider.

How much is the car worth? A very cool $285,000. He also wore a stylish Audemars Piguet watch to go along with the outfit.

Also read: “Luka Doncic shoots 42.9% guarded by Devin Booker, the other way around is 72.2%”: Mavericks and Suns guards are going all-in against each other with the latter coming out better

Devin Booker also has a catalog of vintage cars!

While most NBA players buy the latest and greatest cars on the market, Devin has a taste for the classics. In his garage, you can find a 1959 Chevy Impala, a first-gen 1970 Chevy K5 blazer, a 1973 Chevy Caprice Convertible, and a 1987 Buick Grand National.

He also has a penchant for naming his cars. The Impala is called Pretty Penny and the Blazer has a cute Uncle Larry nametag. These cars are also not cheap by any means.

The Impala is found in the market for six-figure sums. His Buick Grand National, the GNX version can be brought for more than $200,000!

Devin is facing a game 7 for the first time in his career. We reckon he will show up in a car that means business and he will conduct his business on the court.

Also read: “Game 7 typically goes to the best player, and we have Luka Doncic”: Spencer Dinwiddie explains why Mavericks will win the series vs Devin Booker and the Suns

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Jeet Pukhrambam

Jeet Pukhrambam


Jeet Pukhrambam is The SportsRush's Lead Editor for Basketball. After freelancing for five years as an independent writer, Jeet created thousands of blog posts and articles. He now covers intriguing news reports and throwback stories on all things NBA. His interest in NBA started with the ascendancy of Giannis Antetokounmpo in the 2016-17 season. Since then, Jeet has managed to coalesce his knowledge of the game and his writing to create pieces that are reflective of the current state of the league. Now, he ensures that The SportsRush produces the highest quality of writing. In his free time, he enjoys playing football, cooking, traveling, and dancing to techno. Jeet takes pride in his critical thinking, music playlists, and his love for spaghetti.

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