Lebron James — Lamborghini Aventador

Does Lebron James even need any introduction? He’s often compared to Michael Jordan, and some—wrongly, I have to say—think he’s even better than Michael Jordan at the sport of basketball. The man is worth hundreds of millions of dollars, so it’s only fitting that one of the cars in his garage is a Lamborghini Aventador, perhaps one of the most sought-after supercars in the world. The price of an Aventador? Only around $200,000—not all that much for a man like Lebron James. And, to Lebron’s credit, he knows how to pick a paint job. That floral pattern on his Lambo matches his X1 “King’s Pride” floral shoes.

Justin Verlander — Mercedes SLS AMG

Pitcher for the Houston Astros Justin Verlander, who has received a slew of MLB awards that will put him on anyone’s shortlist of best baseball players today, not only gets to come home to supermodel Kate Upton but also a pimped out Mercedes SLS AMG. Verlander, of course, is a noted car enthusiast, and he has more enviable cars in his garage than we’ve got teeth, including a Ferrari 458 Italia, an Aston Martin DBS, and more. So, yeah, life is pretty sweet to this sports superstar, and yeah, we’re jealous to some degree.

Serena Williams — Bentley Continental GT

Ask anyone who they think is the greatest female tennis player in the world and you’ll rarely hear any name other than Serena Williams. She has, to her credit, won 23 Grand Slams, after all, which is the most titles won by a single player in the sport. She is a literal beast on the tennis court, and it will take a long time for anyone to match both her skill and accomplishments. So it’s only fitting that Serena rides around in one of the most enviable cars in the world, a Bentley Continental GT.

Henrik Lundqvist — Lamborghini Gallardo

Hockey goaltender for the New York Rangers, Henrik Lundqvist, who is referred to as “King Henrik” for his talents inside the hockey rink and is reportedly the only goaltender in the history of the NHL to record eleven 30 win seasons in his first 12 seasons, is said to drive around in a Lamborghini Gallardo. Lundqvist is known to be a car fanatic who prefers Maseratis over anything, but this Gallardo is definitely, to a huge degree, one of his more prized 4-wheelers, not least because of its absolutely sick metallic flake paint job that makes it look amazing under the sun.

Cristiano Ronaldo — Bugatti Chiron

Cristiano Ronaldo, who is often considered the best football player in the world today (to be sure, some would give that distinction to Messi), owns a very expensive Bugatti Chiron. Just to give you an idea of how expensive a Bugatti Chiron is, consider that a lot of the cars in this list, whether Lamborghinis, Benzes, or Rolls-Royces, are priced around the $200,000 to $300,000 range. Now consider that a single Bugatti Chiron an investment of $3 million. That’s how expensive a Chiron is. And that will also give you an idea of how absolutely baller Cristiano Ronaldo is.

Floyd Mayweather — Koenigsegg Ccxr Trevita

Floyd Mayweather, who is perhaps one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world today, owns a garage that’s filled with luxury supercars. And, apparently, one of those supercars is a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which costs around $4.8 million. Of course, to a huge degree, that’s chump change for Mayweather, who’s reportedly worth more than $500 million. Also, this Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita costs only half of what Mayweather was paid to fight Tenshin Nasukawa in Japan. If you want to know how insane that fight was, and how much of a baller Mayweather is, consider that he was paid $9 million for that fight which lasted two minutes.

J.R. Smith — Gurkha

J.R. Smith, who currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, reportedly rides around in a humongous Gurkha. And we seriously haven’t heard of Gurkhas before, but if the pictures of it are any indication, it looks like an absolute beast of a vehicle. It looks like it can go through the Amazon rainforest if Smith wanted it to. Apparently, Gurkhas are more used in combat environments—clearly!—but Smith took out his credit card and decidedly got one for himself. The cost? Only about $400,000 if one added the various upgrades and tweaks! At least Smith can rest assured that he’s all set up should a post-apocalyptic zombie invasion occur.

Yoenis Cespedes — Alfa Romeo 8C

Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes apparently wanted to drive a different car for Spring Training each day of the week, and among the many that he has ridden was an Alfa Romeo 8C. It was definitely one of our favorites, not least because of its peculiar but charming look. The cherry-red beauty retails for around $250,000, which won’t put a dent on Cespedes’ credit score because he’s reportedly earning an average of $27.5 million per year. Of course, Cespedes rode other drool-worthy vehicles to Spring Training, including a pimped-out monster Ford F-250 truck, a Lamborghini Aventador, and a Polaris Slingshot Motorcycle.

Maria Sharapova — Porsche 911 Cabriolet

One of the most talented tennis players to come out in this decade, Maria Sharapova, who was ranked the number 1 player in the world at the young age of 18, reportedly drives around in a Porsche 911 Cabriolet. And, to some degree, it’s entirely possible she spent nothing on the car because she happens to be one of Porsche’s prized endorsers. Apparently, Sharapova only preferred SUVs until she tried riding in a Porsche 911 Cabriolet and got hooked. In any case, the car would have set Sharapova back $200,000 had she paid for it, but as we said, it’s unlikely that she did.

David Beckham — Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead

Football superstar David Beckham owns more than a dozen luxury vehicles, but one of the more noteworthy ones that used to be in his garage was a Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead. Indeed, the man can be frequently spotted driving in and around Beverly Hills in the ultra-expensive vehicle. While we’re not sure how much his credit card company charged him for the Drophead, what’s certain is that it must be more than the $400,000 retail price because of all the customization and add-ons. It’s been reported that he put it on the market for $390,000 though, and we’re sure that whoever decidedly purchased the car must be another baller like he is.