Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was involved in a multi-car crash Friday morning on Highway 24 in Oakland, according to the Oakland California Highway Patrol.
According to CHP, Curry was hit twice when a car spun out and hit him, and then another car rear-ended his black Porsche Panamera. His car was damaged, but Curry, wearing a black hoodie, appears to be doing alright. CHP said the rainy weather in the Bay Area may be to blame for the crash.
A source from the Warriors organization confirmed Curry was involved in a "minor accident" and that he "appears to be OK."
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According to NBC Sports Bay Area, Curry arrived at shootaround shortly after the crash to receive treatment for his groin injury.
The two-time MVP is still recovering from a strained groin and has not played since Nov. 8. Curry is averaging 29.5 points and 6.1 assists per game this season.
Curry himself tweeted later: "Don’t need any reminders but All the Time God is Great and God is Great all the time! Appreciate all the texts."
According to CHP, officers were dispatched to a traffic collision with property damage on westbound SR-24, just east of SR-13, around 8:48 a.m. Afrer they arrived on scene, they found out that Curry had been involved in two "separate property damage only traffic collisions at this location."
"Mr. Curry was driving a black Porsche sedan in the number one lane when a driver in a silver Lexus sedan lost control of their vehicle and made an unsafe lane change from the number four lane to the number one lane, and collided with Mr. Curry’s vehicle," CHP said in a Facebook post. "After the collision, Mr. Curry stopped his vehicle in the center median to wait for assistance. Approximately ten minutes later, while Mr. Curry was stopped in the center median, the driver of a black Honda civic traveling in the number one lane, approaching Mr. Curry’s location, lost control of their vehicle and veered into the center median and collided with the concrete wall and then Mr. Curry’s vehicle."
No injuries were reported or claimed in either traffic collision, CHP said.
According to CHP, no impairment was detected from any of the parties involved and no arrests were made. "Thankfully, everyone walked away uninjured due to everyone wearing their seatbelts," CHP said, adding, "We would like to remind everyone to slow it during inclement weather."
Don’t need any reminders but All the Time God is Great and God is Great all the time! Appreciate all the texts. — Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) November 23, 2018