National Basketball Association superstar Steph Curry was in a multi-car wreck on an Oakland highway early Friday morning - his Porsche was smashed up - but he appears to be okay. Curry stopped his vehicle along the center divide to wait for help, the CHP said. Approximately 10 minutes later, while the athlete was waiting for assistance, a black Honda Civic also lost control and hit the center median, collided with a concrete wall and then rear-ended Curry's Porche, according to a CHP Facebook post.
While the athlete's Porche was damaged, all drivers involved in the accident came out unharmed.
The two-time NBA MVP was not hurt and was at the Warriors' facility following the collision.
CHP officials said that the rainy weather was likely a major contributor to the accident.
Warriors star Stephen Curry involved in multi-car accident
Curry, 30, has been sidelined since suffering a groin injury on November 8 in a game against Milwaukee.
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.
"He's OK", Curry's father Dell Curry reacted to the crash.
"He's OK. We just want his groin injury to heal", the elder Curry said.