Jordyn Woods was on hand this week to watch Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves take on the new-look Phoenix Suns.
So far this year, Woods has been too busy with her own business to be the sort of frequent presence at her beau’s outings that she has been in the past.
That changed on Wednesday night, though.
With Phoenix and Minnesota squaring off, Woods took her courtside seat to watch the action unfold. Her outfit to the game caused a major stir.
Unfortunately, while Woods undeniably looked great, the Timberwolves couldn’t match her energy. They ended up losing to the Suns 133-115.
Woods has been in the headlines nonstop over the last few months. Between her couples retreat photos with Towns, the outfit she wore to his Abu Dhabi game and her racy workout pictures, it has been one thing after another.
This is just the latest example of that.
As for Towns – it will be interesting to see what happens to him from here. Currently, Minnesota is 8-3 and sitting third in the Western Conference. That said, it is obviously still early.
Before the season began, there were murmurs that the Wolves might consider moving on from Towns if this year didn’t go as planned.
In total, six teams have expressed interest in acquiring Towns should he hit the open market. The New York Knicks seem like the most obvious destination giving his links to the organization, but Towns is a piece that could fit in anywhere.
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For much of his career, what has consistently plagued Towns is the idea that he should be the No. 1 option. The reality is that he isn’t a top guy. But he is definitely talented enough to someone’s No. 2.
That is why Minnesota is enjoying success in 2023. Towns has settled in as a solid Robin to Anthony Edwards’ Batman.
Will Woods and Towns remain in Minnesota for the rest of the season, or will the Timberwolves ultimately opt to trade him? One way or the other, an answer will likely emerge soon enough.
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