Steph Curry is breathing a sigh of relief after emerging unscathed from a multi-car pileup on Friday, with reports indicating the Golden Star Warriors star’s vehicle was hit by two cars while driving on Highway 24 outside Oakland, Calif.
According to Oakland’s ABC7 News, the 30-year-old NBA point guard was driving one of three cars involved in a crash that occurred at approximately 9 a.m., with a California Highway Patrol spokesman confirming that Curry’s car was hit twice — first when a car spun out and struck his vehicle, then again when he was rear-ended by the car behind him. The CHP says the rainy weather was likely a factor.
While his black Porsche appeared to suffer some major damage, video obtained by ABC7 News shows Curry immediately after the accident, appearing unharmed and talking with police officers and the other motorists involved.
Curry is still recovering from a previous groin injury, and was not scheduled to play in Friday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers. However, he was still able to report to the Warriors after the accident, and is said to have received previously scheduled physical therapy treatment.