It turns out Stephen Curry had a pair of close calls Friday morning.
Curry was uninjured when a Lexus sedan collided with his Porsche after losing control and crossing two lanes on Highway 24, according to the California Highway Patrol. Then, after Curry pulled his car over for help, he was hit 10 minutes later by a second car.
"[The] driver of a black Honda civic traveling in the number one lane," the California Highway Patrol said in a Facebook statement, "approaching Mr. Curry’s location, lost control of their vehicle and veered into the center median and collided with the concrete wall and then Mr. Curry’s vehicle."
Everyone involved in both accidents was uninjured, the Highway Patrol said, because "everyone [was] wearing their seatbelts." Curry ultimately made it to the Warriors' facility, and received treatment on his injured groin.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters Friday night that Curry was "a little shaken up" but otherwise OK.
Steve Kerr on Stephen Curry: "He's fine. He was a little shaken up like anybody would be getting into a car accident. ... I think he has another car he can drive, so he'll be OK."— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) November 24, 2018
On the day after Thanksgiving, Curry and the Warriors have plenty to be thankful for.