Andrew Bogut hesitantly admits that he owns three dozen cars. But before you group the Warriors' new center with other wildly spending professional athletes, he wants you to know that most of his cars are fixer-uppers, others are collector items or antique investments, and the Ferrari in the parking lot isn't his. "I'd love to test drive a Ferrari, but I'd never buy one," Bogut said. "That's too expensive for me." Bogut, the son of a carburetor specialist, has the means and the cars to play the part of a sporting diva, but he has spent his first seven seasons in the league proving that he's the antithesis of the spoiled NBA star.