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NBA players flock to support Karl-Anthony Towns’ mom amid coronavirus diagnosis


Karl-Anthony Towns relayed news of his mother testing positive for coronavirus and being put in a medically-induced coma to treat her. The outpouring of support for the Minnesota Timberwolves star didn’t take long to come, as several NBA players reached out to express their thoughts.

Utah Jazz shooting guard Donovan Mitchell, the second NBA player diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, expressed his undying support.

Others like fellow big man Al Horford kept it positive for KAT.

Former teammate Zach LaVine also extended some words of support.

Others like Isaiah Thomas, Jusuf Nurkic, Alan Williams, and Joe Ingles reached to the Timberwolves star display of true brotherhood.

More than 10 players have already tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, including Rudy Gobert, Mitchell, Christian Wood, Kevin Durant, Marcus Smart, and many others.

Coronavirus hasn’t been known to discriminate for age, sex, race, or religion, affecting many around the world and forcing people to self-isolate to keep this pandemic from further spreading.

The Timberwolves star advised fans to stay quarantined and to take this pandemic seriously, much like he and his family are doing at the time while they pray for her steadfast recovery. Obviously, we are wishing KAT and his family well during this tough time.