Afterward, Curry's auto was also struck from behind by another vehicle.
A California Highway Patrol spokesman said Curry was hit twice; first, a auto spun out and hit him, then a second vehicle rear-ended him.
It all started around 9 a.m.in the Oakland area when the driver of a Lexus lost control of their vehicle and swerved across lanes of State Route 24, hitting Curry as he drove his black Porsche. However, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said everyone appeared be okay. Police said weather likely played a role in the crash.
None of the three drivers were hurt and no arrests have been made.
Curry, who has missed the last seven games with a strained groin, is averaging 29.5 points and 6.1 assists this season. Through the team's 18 games, Shaun Livingston has missed nine games, Curry has missed six, Draymond Green has missed five, Andre Iguodala has missed three, and Alfonzo McKinnie has missed two. The Warriors, meanwhile, would be thankful to get him back in the lineup sooner rather than later.
Curry, 30, is recovering from a groin injury and was not scheduled to play in tonight's game.
Curry took to social media on Friday afternoon to express his gratitude for coming away from the crash unharmed.