Warriors star Stephen Curry involved in multi-car accident

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry reacts to a play
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry
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24 November, 2018

The Golden State Warriors say star Stephen Curry wasn't injured after two drivers hit his auto on an Oakland freeway.

The Golden State Warriors star was hit twice just before 9 a.m. on the Oakland side of the Caldecott Tunnel.

The accident involved three cars, as one auto spun out of control and hit Stephen's black Porsche, according to ABC 7.

Officials said that he appears to be uninjured.

Stephen Curry is luckily walking away without injury after a multi-car accident.

CHP officials said that the rainy weather was likely a major contributor to the accident.

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Curry's sports vehicle suffered major front end damaged but he was not hurt and eventually made it to the Warriors' morning practice.

Curry will not play in Friday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers as he continues to recover from an injury to his left groin.

Curry has not played in a game for the Warriors since a November 8 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.

His father, Dell Curry, told KTVU that his son is OK.

Nothing is going right for the Warriors right now, but they avoided a potential disaster Friday morning.


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