Top 10 Most Expensive Cars of NBA Players (Part 2)

Top 10 Most Expensive Cars of NBA Players (Part 2)

Top 10 Most Expensive Cars of NBA Players (Part 2)

Welcome back to the list of the top 10 most expensive cars of NBA players. We covered some names in part one that will reappear here in part two, but there will be a few new names as well. And the cars are only going to get more and more expensive. Read below for more information about the priciest vehicles owned by these basketball stars.

Number Five: Kobe Bryant’s Lamborghini Aventador

We told you Kobe would be back. And he’s back with style – and with another Italian model – with his $400,000 Lambo. The vehicle can reach 62 miles per hour in under three seconds and tops out at 220 miles per hour.

Number Four: NBA Star Lamar Odom’s Rolls Royce Phantom

Lamar Odom spent half a million on this model, which is truly a blend of luxury and Speed. His $500,000 got him a 6.8-liter engine that gets is 450 horsepower – which will come in handy when your Rolls weighs a whopping 5,800 pounds.

Number Three: Dwyane Wade’s Mercedes SLR McLaren

Wade is back on the list again, but this time with a much more expensive vehicle. This creation is unique in its design, too, as it is created entirely out of carbon fiber. The vehicle cost Dwyane $500,000, and its V8 engine allows it to reach 62 miles per hour in under four seconds and it tops out at 210 miles per hour. More speed for when The Flash’s legs give out on him.

Number Two: Dwight Howard’s Knight XV Truck

Howard’s second vehicle to makes this list is a $600,000 truck with a V10 6.8 liter engine – made by Ford – and it produces just under 300 horsepower.  It weighs a crazy 13 thousand pounds.  Dwight can definitely stay protected in this monster which looks more like an armored vehicle than a luxury car (but in actuality it’s a little bit of both).

Number One: Derrick Rose’s Bugatti Veyron

Compared to Derrick Rose, everyone else on this list was just messing around. Rose’s Veyron cost him $1.7 million. It includes a W16 engine with 4 turbochargers for a grand total of 1,000 horsepower. It also has 10 radiators to manage the amount of heat created by the car. Thanks for reading!

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