Stephen Curry uninjured after vehicle crash in Oakland

Arnold Nichols
November 24, 2018

National Basketball Association star Steph Curry was in a multi-car crash on Black Friday, and while his Porsche took a beating the Golden State Warrior appears to have escaped unscathed.

Curry was driving a black Porsche on State Route 24 in Oakland when the driver of a Lexus lost control and struck his auto, the California Highway Patrol said.

Police said the wet weather was likely a factor.

Curry's Porsche was damaged, but nobody involved in the wreck was hurt.

Stephen Curry went to the Warriors' practice facility after the accident and is fine.

Another driver reportedly spun out and hit Curry, who then was rear-ended by a different vehicle.

Curry still has a ways to go before he can return from a groin injury, but each passing game shows how much the Warriors miss his skillset.

Curry is now out with an adductor strain.

The Warriors have lost four in a row, but perhaps, they can count Curry's safety as a win. Golden State needs their star back as soon as possible.

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.

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