Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry walked away from back-to-back car accidents on Black Friday after having his Porsche hit by two separate drivers.
Curry was driving his black Panamera Turbo S Porsche, which is known to cost upwards of $185,000, when a silver Lexus lost control and veered into him on Highway 24 in Oakland, California.
It collided with Curry’s vehicle, smashing its front right mirror, and caused him to pull over onto the central median to wait for help.
Ten minutes later, as he waited for that help to arrive, another car rear-ended him.
None of the three drivers were hurt and no arrests have been made.
Steph Curry talks to a California Highway Patrol officer after two cars crashed into him on Black Friday in Oakland, California
Curry was driving his Panamera Turbo S Porsche when a car veered into his lane and crashed into him, damaging the right side of the $185,000 vehicle
Curry had pulled over into the median to wait for help after having the front of his car damaged when the second vehicle hit him
A spokesman for California Highway Patrol told DailyMail.com they were not yet sure what caused the back-to-back accidents but that speed and weather may have played a part.
It was raining in the 65mph zone where the accidents occurred at the time.
Curry, 30, is recovering from a groin injury and was not scheduled to play in tonight’s game.
It appears that he was alone in his vehicle at the time of the crashes.
The right side of the vehicle was destroyed by the Lexus which spun out of control on the wet road
Curry and an unidentified man speak by the side of the road. No one was arrested and all three drivers cooperated with police
Curry was believed to have been driving alone at the time of the crash
Afterwards, he and the other two drivers stayed on scene to give statements to officers.
He was filmed by bystanders demonstrating with his hands how the first car veered left and crashed into him.
‘Luckily everyone was wearing their seat belt and there were no injuries.
‘We’d like to remind everyone to wear their seat belts and slow down,’ the spokesman said.
Curry’s representatives did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s inquiries on Friday afternoon.
Curry walked away from the scene unscathed after giving a statement to the police. He was not scheduled to play in Friday’s Golden State Warriors game due to a groin injury