Karl-Anthony Towns’ mother Jaqueline Cruz-Towns passed away earlier in the year due to complications after contracting the COVID-19 virus. At the time, the Minnesota Timberwolves released this statement.
— Minnesota Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) April 13, 2020
Karl-Anthony Towns broke his silence today. He released this video on his Twitter account.
Thank you everyone for the prayers, well wishes, and condolences during this time. I also want to give a double thank you to all the true fans that support me as more than just a basketball player. My love for ya knows no bounds.
— Karl-Anthony Towns (@KarlTowns) November 2, 2020
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Here is the full clip of Towns talking about the impact his mother made on his life.
"I could never replace her. She was everything to all of us. But the least thing I could do is pick up some of her pieces, try to rebuild the puzzle."
— ESPN (@espn) November 3, 2020
“I am the most like her out of anyone,” KAT says. “I could never replace her. She was everything to all of us. But, the least I could do is pick up some of her pieces.”
Tragic stuff here. Thoughts and prayers go out to the Towns family.