Warriors guard Steph Curry was involved in a two-car accident in North Carolina last week but was not injured in the crash.
The Charlotte Observer, Curry's hometown newspaper, reported that third-year guard "walked away from the crash uninjured, according to his father."
Curry's father Dell said that Golden State's guard "ran into the back of someone who stopped short.''
Curry is back in North Carolina to finish his degree at Davidson College, which he led to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament in 2008.
He underwent surgery in May to repair two ligaments in his right ankle and was cleared for basketball activity in mid-September.
Curry averaged 18.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game last season.
BOSTON -- LeBron James says his chase of Michael Jordan's accomplishments is simply personal motivation. It's not about wanting to establish himself as the NBA's greatest player.
James spoke Thursday during the morning shootaround before the Cavaliers play the Boston Celtics in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.
If the Cavaliers advance, James would be making a seventh consecutive trip to the NBA Finals.
He said his goal is not about passing Jordan in titles, points or MVP awards. James is 28 points shy of overtaking Jordan as the postseason's leading scorer. With 40 more points, James could also become the first player in NBA history to score 6,000 points in the playoffs.
But the Cavaliers superstar says his pursuit is about leaving a legacy to motivate the next generation of players.
"It's just my personal goal to keep me motivated, that's all," James said. "You guys are gonna have the conversations about who's the greatest of all time and things of that nature, it doesn't matter to me."
He also said he believes that the greatness conversation is discussed more often in the NBA than in other sports.
"It's never talked about (in the) NFL, who's the greatest quarterback. It's just like (Dan) Marino, (John) Elway, (Peyton) Manning, (Tom) Brady - all great quarterbacks. It should be the same for us," James said. "We go out and just try to be as great as we can be every night.
"The comparison of always trying to compare people, either living or still playing or not playing - I think it's great for barbershops."
Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue made headlines on Wednesday.
"The stuff (the Celtics are) running, it's harder to defend than Golden State's (offense) for me, as far as the actions and all the running around and all the guys who are making all the plays, so it's a totally different thing," Lue told reporters.
On Thursday, Warriors interim head coach Mike Brown responded.
"That's his opinion. It's cute," Brown told the media.
If the Cavs beat the Celtics in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Thursday night, it will be Golden State vs Cleveland in the NBA Finals for the third straight year.
More to come...