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Jordyn Woods’ Eye-Popping Outfit Distracts Timberwolves Players (Photos)

Jordyn Woods’ Eye-Popping Outfit Distracts Timberwolves Players (Photos)

Jordyn Woods’ eye-popping outfit to her boyfriend Karl-Anthony Towns’ Minnesota Timberwolves game caused something of a stir this week.

Over the past few years Woods has made many appearances at Towns’ various games. She nearly generated an international crisis this past summer during his FIBA outing in Abu Dhabi over her wardrobe decision. And then she has caused a ruckus at many a Minnesota games over her fashion decisions.

But what happened on Saturday night was truly standout.

As the Timberwolves were busy beating the Indiana Pacers 127-109 on the court, Woods was busy distracting Wolves players off it with her outfit:

Jordyn Woods’ Eye-Popping Outfit Distracts Timberwolves Players (Photos) 1

In a weekend where Kim Kardashian captured all the NBA headlines for her alleged hookup with a Chicago Bulls player, it is telling that Woods so effortlessly swooped in and stole the show.

Wood is just that level of celebrity at this point in her career. Be it for her provocative workout photos or racy private pictures leaking, she is always trending for something or other.

This was just the latest example of that.

As for her relationship with Towns – that appears to be going as strong as ever.

Earlier this season six teams expressed interest in trying to trade for Towns if Minnesota struggled. Well, they haven’t. In fact, the Wolves have been one of the consistently best squads in the league so far in 2023.

And Woods has been there cheering her man and his team on every step of the way.

Will 2024 mark the year that Towns wins his first NBA title and Woods ascends to the position of the official First Lady of all things hoops? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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