If you caught the end of the Tuesday night's (Apr.12) play-in matchup between the Los Angeles Clippers and Minnesota Timberwolves, you would have thought the playoffs were over and the Wolves won the chip.

Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns had time for ESPN's workhorse Stephen A. Smith.

These are the voices in the NBA that sports media should be amplifying from now on when it comes to athletes and the COVID-19 vaccine.

Karl-Anthony Towns knows all too well just how dangerous COVID-19 is, so him getting the vaccine was definitely a cathartic moment for him.

Minnesota Timberwolves superstar Karl-Anthony Towns is the latest NBA baller to test positive for COVID-19.

After battling coronavirus related symptoms for a month, NBA superstar, Karl-Anthony Towns' mother, Jacqueline Towns has passed away the family announced in a statement.

Monday (Apr.6), the University of Kentucky coach revealed in a Facebook video Karl's mom, Jacqueline Cruz, is still hospitalized in the ICU and fighting while not providing details on her prognosis. Karl Sr. thankfully is home and is providing updates on his wife's health Calipari revealed.

Minnesota Timberwolves star, Karl-Anthony Towns, revealed that his mom, Jacqueline Cruz, is fighting for her life. Last night, the pro baller detailed painfully that his mother is now in a medically-induced coma after battling coronavirus symptoms and had to be put on a ventilator.