Watch Spencer Dinwiddie Pull Up to Mavericks Game in a Sleek Ferrari 488 Pista

Watch Spencer Dinwiddie Pull Up to Mavericks Game in a Sleek Ferrari 488 Pista

  • Dallas Mavericks guard Spencer Dinwiddie arrived at an NBA game in a sleek Ferrari 488 Pista
  • The 29-year-old has previously expressed a passion for cars and his latest automobile is proof
  • The Ferrari he rolled up for the game in goes for around $600K and boasts incredible features

The NBA is known as the most stylish league in sports. From sneakers and elegant outfits to fancy luxury cars, the basketball association has it all.

Dallas Mavericks guard, Spencer Dinwiddie recently pulled up to a game driving a sleek purple brand-new Ferrari 488 Pista, turning heads on social media.

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Spencer Dinwiddie rolled up to an NBA game in a Ferrari 488 Pista. Photos by Glenn James and Dallas Mavericks.
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It seems the Mavericks has a lot of petrol heads on their roster. Their talisman, Luka Doncic recently pulled up to a game in a Batman-like custom Hellfire 'Apocalypse' truck.

Dinwiddie has always been open with his love for vehicles, and has previously said his father's passion for cars inspired him to start buying his own. The 29-year-old earns around $20-million per year, and therefore has the resources to buy any model he likes.

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Dinwiddie rolls up in Ferrari

The former Brooklyn Nets star arrived at the game driving the Ferrari 488 Pista and was all smiles as he alighted. The car is purple with two yellow stripes from the front bumper all the way to the rear wing.

It is powered by the most powerful V8 engine in the company's history. The 488 is described as a special series sports car, with the highest level of technological transfer from the company's racing pursuits.

The 488 has plenty of incredible features and that explains its price tag of around $600,000. For instance, it goes 0-62 miles per hour in under 2.9 seconds, and a 0-124mph time of just 7.6 seconds will not disappoint, per EVO.

Doncic pulls up in 'tank'

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Sports Brief earlier reported on Mavericks star, Doncic pulling up to a game driving a Hellfire Apocalypse truck.

The star's monster truck comes with thermal and night vision cameras, a nitrous kit, and a locomotive five-blast horn, plus a built-in safe.

Recently, the Slovenian stole the show by rolling up to a game in a light blue old-school motorcar with shiny rims, topping it off by wearing a cowboy hat, bolo tie and cowboy boots.

Source: Sports Brief News