Steph Curry Was Reportedly Unharmed In A Car Crash On Friday

This morning, Stephen Curry was involved in a three vehicle crash Westbound Highway 24 in Oakland, California.

According ABC's Oakland affiliate, the crash occurred around 9 a.m. on Highway 24, when a vehicle spun out and hit the front of Curry's black Porsche. Curry stopped his auto along the center divide to wait for help, the CHP said.

Warriors spokeswoman Lisa Goodwin said the Porsche belonged to Curry. Curry was scheduled to miss his eighth and ninth straight games when the Warriors play at home Friday and Saturday nights.

Then, just about 10 minutes later, the driver of a black Honda Civic lost control and veered into the center median, hitting the concrete wall and then Curry's Porsche for the second time that morning, the CHP said.

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His father, former National Basketball Association player Dell Curry, told KTVU in the Bay Area after the collision that his son was not injured. Police said weather likely played a role in the crash.

Curry has been beginning to do light workouts with the team before Friday's crash.

Curry, 30, has been sidelined since suffering a groin injury on November 8 in a game against Milwaukee. In his absence, combined with the loss of Draymond Green to an injured toe, the Warriors have stumbled badly going 1-4.

  • Lawrence Cooper