NBA Playoffs, Phoenix Suns

Devin Booker shows up to Game 1 in the flashiest car you’ve ever seen

Devin Booker arrived to Game 1 style in one of the flashiest cars you will ever see.

Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker is a budding superstar, so you better believe he will have an automobile that best encapsulates his ascending status.

Ahead of the Suns’ Western Conference Semifinals series opener vs. the Denver Nuggets, Booker pulled into the team’s parking garage in one of the sweetest whips you will ever see. It was something straight out of the 1970s and gave off the vibe of something truly West Coast. You take one look at this car and you immediately understand why he is Booker and why you are you.

If you want to play like a superstar, you have to show up to work in a car that was built for one.

Devin Booker’s luxury automobile head people turning heads ahead of Game 1

Phoenix took care of business vs. Denver on Monday night in Game 1, winning easily, 122-105. Booker had 21 points, eight assists and four rebounds in 38 minutes of action. The Suns had four players with at least 20 points on the night, including Deandre Ayton, Booker, Mikal Bridges and Chris Paul. The only Nuggets player with at least 20 points in Game 1 was center Nikola Jokic.

With the NBA Playoffs as wide open as they have seemingly ever been, it is going to be very interesting to see who ends up playing in the NBA Finals. No team remaining in the Western Conference has ever won an NBA Championship before. Only three teams in the Eastern Conference have ever won one, which does not include the presumptive favorite Brooklyn Nets.

If Booker continues to play at an elite level, yes, the Suns can win their first NBA Finals ever.

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