Curry had just finished his pregame routine, which draws many fans at Warriors games, when he stopped to take a picture and sign a few autographs at the opening of the tunnel.
A large number of fans lined the stands surrounding the tunnel, holding jerseys and other paraphernalia for Curry to sign. As he did, a railing dislodged and four fans, including three minors, fell onto the floor at Curry's feet.
Freelance reporter Brittany Copeland tweeted a video of the incident:
A gate gave way as fans tried to get Steph Curry's autograph before tonight's Warriors at Jazz game. pic.twitter.com/roYHZnKY0y— Brittany Copeland (@brittanydiehl) March 31, 2016
One fan went to first aid on his own and the other three were treated, released and returned to their seats. Curry autographed an item for the three fans that did not leave the scene.
Jazz spokesman Frank Zang said the team will re-evaluate the safety measures around the court.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.