Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was involved in a three-car crash Friday morning but did not sustain any injuries in the crash, a team spokesperson confirmed to USA TODAY Sports.

Warriors spokesperson Raymond Ridder said Curry was involved in the crash but later arrived safely at the team's practice facility.

KGO-TV first reported that Curry was involved in the collision Friday.

Herman Baza, a spokesperson for the California Highway Patrol, told USA TODAY Sports that he was unable to immediately identify the drivers of the three vehicles in the crash because he said the scene was still being cleared. But he confirmed that a crash occurred on westbound Highway 24 outside Oakland, when a silver Lexus spun out on the highway, struck the center median and impacted a black Porsche — which, according to KGO-TV, belongs to Curry.

Baza said the Porsche, which was then disabled in the far left lane, was rear-ended by a third car. He added that inclement weather might have played a role in the crash.

Curry has been sidelined with a left groin injury and was ruled out for Friday night's game against the Portland Trail Blazers.

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