KAT's historic night falls sharply

The Dominican center beat a franchise record that was in the hands of Kevin Garnett but the night did not end as expected as he had to leave the game due to injury

Coming to the middle of the game Wednesday night against the Washington Wizards, Karl Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves dominated the game with a score of 57 to 53 and in the third period the Dominican reached 30 points.

KAT scored his 83rd game with the TWolves by at least 30 points, beating Kevin Garnett on that total for the most games like that in franchise history.

The franchise is clear that Karl Towns, the number one pick in the 2015 Draft, has been the great figure of the team since then and is the key to the future, along with D’Angelo Russell and Anthony Edwards.

Unfortunately the night did not end well, when with 2:22 left to play and Minnesota trailing by 9 points, KAT wanted to generate a reaction from the team with a dunk that ended with the 6-foot-11-inch player landing heavily on his back. on the floor.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, sources reported that Towns’ X-rays were negative, which could be good news given the severity of the fall.

Before leaving the game, KAT had 34 points and 10 rebounds in the day and at the moment it is not known if due to the blow the Dominican will be out of action from now on.

The injury could come at one of the best moments of the season for the Timberwolves and also in Towns’ personal life. Minnesota was 7-1 before last night’s loss to the Wizards, their best streak in 8 games since 2017.

Recently, the player who averages 24 points and 9 rebounds in the season, declared in The Undefeated, feeling happy with what is happening in his life and with what happens on the court with the Minnesota team.

I have a lot to be happy about in my life. There are many things that can go wrong, but I only worry about the good that can come from it. “

Hoping the injury does not interrupt Karl-Anthony Towns’ good time, both personally and professionally, the Timberwolves await more news of the extent of the fall suffered by their star on a historic night that did not end as expected.