OAKLAND, CA — Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors escaped unhurt after he was involved in a three-car crash on a California highway Friday morning, it is being reported.
According to a California Highway Patrol spokesman told KABC-TV, Curry’s black Porsche was damaged when the car was hit twice.
ESPN reports that the vehicle was first by a car that spun out and then rear-ended by another.
No injuries were reported, with the California Highway Patrol believing weather may have played a factor in the accident.
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Images showed Curry on the scene next to his banged-up car.
The Warriors point guard apparently made it safely to the practice facility where he continues to get treatment on his injured groin.
Curry has not played since featuring for 26 minutes in a 134-111 defeat to the Milwaukee Bucks on Nov. 8.
The 30-year-old will miss his eighth straight game on Friday when Golden State hosts the Portland Trail Blazers at ORACLE Arena.
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He will be re-evaluated Saturday, but he will also not play against the Sacramento Kings.
The Warriors have lost four of their past five games.