This morning, Stephen Curry was involved in a three auto crash Westbound Highway 24 in Oakland, California. Despite the crash, no one suffered any injuries and no one appeared to be under the influence of anything, the CHP said.
California Highway Patrol Officer Herman Baza said the first crash occurred on Highway 24 about 8:45 a.m. Then a second auto smashed into Curry from behind. Curry's Porsche was damaged.
A California Highway Patrol spokesman said Curry was hit twice; first, a auto spun out and hit him, then a second vehicle rear-ended him.
CHP told ABC7 that weather likely played a role in this accident.
Curry has been beginning to do light workouts with the team before Friday's crash. He was already set to miss the Warriors game on Friday against the Portland Trail Blazers. In his absence, combined with the loss of Draymond Green to an injured toe, the Warriors have stumbled badly going 1-4.
In 12 games this season, the two-time NBA MVP is averaging 29.5 points per game in addition to 6.1 assists and 5 rebounds.