Karl-Anthony Towns: “I’ve been losing for a long time. I’m not trying to do that anymore”; the Wolves’ losing streak now extends to 13

Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns (age 24, 2015 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall) says he has been disappointed with the team’s defeats lately and feels lost on his own patience. He did not make the 2020 All-Star rosters, despite having glittering numbers, and said that he is “desensitized to being disrespected in this league.” Karl-Anthony Towns’ frustration was clearly seen during the game as well. The Wolves are currently 14th in the Western Conference. The Wolves are on a 13-game losing streak. Also, Towns is hurt by Robert Covington’s trade to the Houston Rockets.

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“It was difficult. I’ve used the word before, I’ll use it again, I’ve been part of so much change here … I’m kind of desensitized to it. Obviously, there’s ones that hurt a little bit more. Zach hurt a lot, Cov is up there. The last 24 hours I haven’t slept much.”