Minnesota Timberwolves star center Karl-Anthony Towns underwent stem cell treatment and platelet-rich plasma injections in both knees, left ankle, left wrist and right finger on Friday, sources told ESPN.
Towns overcame his injuries during the Timberwolves’ run to the Western Conference playoffs and decided to receive those treatments in the offseason in hopes of avoiding surgery and making a full recovery in camp. ‘coaching.
Sources said Towns was suffering from pain in both knees, particularly his right knee, which he wore a sleeve on during the playoffs. He also had a cyst in his left ankle, a subluxed left wrist with ligament damage, and an aggravated joint in the middle finger of his right hand that was pulling.
Towns’ girlfriend, Jordyn Woods, posted a photo of him recovering from the procedures on her Instagram Story on Saturday.