Stephen Curry involved in auto accident

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This morning, Stephen Curry was involved in a three auto crash Westbound Highway 24 in Oakland, California.

According to ABC7 in San Francisco, Curry's Porsche was hit twice just before 9 a.m.in Oakland.

While the athlete's Porche was damaged, all drivers involved in the accident came out unharmed.

Curry, who grew up in Charlotte, N.C., is still recovering from a groin injury and will not play in against the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday.

ESPN's Nick Friedell adds that Curry is now at the team's practice facility ahead of tonight's showdown against the Portland Trail Blazers at Oracle Arena.

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CHP said the weather - it's been raining in parts of California - likely played a role in the crash.

That, of course, is apart from the lingering and unrelated groin issue that has sent the two-time defending champion Golden State spiraling.

"He's OK", Curry's father Dell Curry reacted to the crash.

Curry will be re-evaluated on Saturday, and though he won't be playing in the upcoming games, the team seems to be confident in his recovery.

As if the bad couldn't get worse for the scuffling Warriors right about now.

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