Warriors' interim head coach is stolen car victim

OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) -- Warriors' interim coach, Luke Walton, is preparing to lead the team Tuesday night, to a potential NBA record.

But Walton is also dealing with the issue of having his car stolen last week outside his Oakland HIlls home.

The suspect accused of the theft, is scheduled to appear in Alameda County Superior Court today.

Lamonte Campbell, 20, is accused of taking Walton's 2014 Mercedes-Benz last Tuesday.

The car later was crashed in East Oakland, police said. Officers eventually arrested Campbell three days later, after a brief chase, that ended in West Oakland.

Police say Campbell was driving another car, he had allegedly stolen from a women, he's suspected of beating.

Officers are not saying how they connected Campbell to Luke Walton's stolen car, but that Campbell is charged in both cases.

The Warriors hope to beat  the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night at Oracle Arena, to go 16-0, and set the record for the best start of a season in NBA history.

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