Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker gives tour of Valley home
The life of a franchise NBA two-guard is a good one to live.
Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker shared a tour of his gorgeous Phoenix area home to Architectural Digest in the outlet’s YouTube series “Open Door” that provides an MTV Cribs-esque look at the homes of celebrities.
If there’s one takeaway from the video, it’s that Booker put a lot of thought into his living quarters and uses his space often.
That includes a few different areas where Booker will host Suns players and staff as a popular hangout spot. Booker’s living room has a large couch that can take up space for a handful of professional athletes next to his poker table, which it sounds like is less for poker and more for popular NBA plane ride games like booray and spades.
Booker also converted the home’s guest house into a game room, where he’s got a pool table, another lounging area with a huge couch and a music studio setup as well.
The backyard is sweet, mostly filled out by a large pool. There’s also a fireplace and a projector system.
Booker’s walkthrough also featured some of his goodies, like his shoe collection that he admitted isn’t getting as crazy as it used to and his expanding collection of classic cars.
The garage has five in it, including multiple Impalas and a GNX edition of a Buick Grand National, a limited edition of a car that has under 600 total models in existence.
The best line of the video was Booker saying that is something his mom “doesn’t understand” since he also has a non-GNX edition of the Buick that is his daily driver.
There was a peek at the self-titled “Pretty Penny,” which Booker infamously rode up to Game 1 of the NBA Finals in, driving up the conversation around Booker’s appreciation for the older things as an old soul.
And don’t forget Haven, Booker’s ginormous Cane Corso. Do not mess with that dog.