Written by Reuters
24 Nov, 2018 | 11:33 am
Reuters – Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry was reportedly not injured when his car was hit twice Friday (November 23) morning. The first collision occurred around 9 am local time (1700gmt) in Oakland, California, when another driver spun out and hit the 30-year-old point guard while driving on the highway, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported.
The CHP said Curry’s black Porsche was stopped in the centre median when it was then rear-ended by a second car. The CHP said the rainy weather likely contributed to the crashes. Curry has been sidelined from his NBA duties since suffering a groin injury on November 8 in a game against the Milwaukee Bucks. He has missed seven games, and the team has not set a date for his return.
His father, former NBA player Dell Curry, told local media that his son was not injured in the accidents.
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