OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was involved in a three-car crash. The crash happened just before 9 a.m. on westbound Highway 24 on the Oakland side of the Caldecott Tunnel.
A California Highway Patrol spokesman said Curry was hit twice -- first, a car spun out and hit him, and then a second car rear-ended him. Curry's Porsche was damaged, but everyone, including Curry, appears to be OK.
The CHP says Curry was driving a black Porsche sedan when a driver in a silver Lexus lost control of their car and made an unsafe lane change, hitting Curry's car.
After the collision, Curry reportedly stopped in the center median to wait for help. About 10 minutes later, while he was still stopped, the driver of a black Honda lost control of their vehicle and veered into the median, colliding with a concrete wall and then Curry's car.
Curry's Porsche was damaged. But everyone, including Curry, appears to be OK.
He tweeted, "Don't need any reminders but All the Time God is Great and God is Great all the time! Appreciate all the texts."
The CHP says weather likely played a role and that everyone involved was wearing their seatbelts.
Curry is still recovering from a groin injury. He was not scheduled to play in the game against the Portland Trail Blazers tonight.