Video shows car crashing into Stephen Curry's Porsche on Oakland highway

Cassandra NegleyYahoo Sports Contributor
<a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/nba/players/4612/" data-ylk="slk:Stephen Curry">Stephen Curry</a>, shown with California Highway Patrol officers, was not injured in a car crash last week. (California Highway Patrol Oakland via AP)
Stephen Curry, shown with California Highway Patrol officers, was not injured in a car crash last week. (California Highway Patrol Oakland via AP)

Golden Warriors superstar Stephen Curry walked away from a car accident Friday morning unscathed and now video from TMZ Sports is revealing the details of that three-car crash.

The video is from the dash camera of a driver traveling the opposite direction in Oakland. It shows a silver Lexus losing control and crashing into the front right corner of Curry’s Porsche then hitting the wall dividing the north and south bound lanes.

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Curry stopped in the center median to wait for help, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), and the driver of a black Honda also lost control, rear-ending the Porsche.

No one was injured in the crash, CHP reported. Weather was a factor in the accident.


Curry took to Twitter after reporting to the Warriors facility that morning. He missed the team’s last eight games due to a strained left groin and could return to game action during the next road trip.


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