Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry was involved in a three-car c-rash in California on Friday morning. According to ESPN, Curry has no injuries. The reports share that Curry’s Porsche was hit twice.
One car spun out and hit him, while another rear-ended the NBA player. Thankfully, all others were reported to have no serious injuries. Herman Baza, a spokesperson for the California Highway Patrol, told Sports that the c-rash occurred on westbound Highway 24 outside Oakland, when a silver Lexus spun out on the highway, struck the center median and impacted Curry’s black Porsche.
Baza said the Porsche, which was then disabled in the far left lane, was rear-ended by a third car.
He added that inclement weather might have played a role in the c-rash.
ESPN reports: After the c-rash, Curry made it to the Warriors’ practice facility and the team said he was “fine” after the morning’s events. He will not play in Friday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers as he continues to recover from a strained left groin and will also miss Saturday’s game against the Sacramento Kings. Curry has been getting more individual work in during the past week and the organization is hopeful he will be back on the floor in the near future.