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Karl-Anthony Towns Plays A Couple Challenge With Jordyn Woods: “I’m A Certified Lover Boy.”

Karl-Anthony Towns Gifts His Girlfriend Jordyn Woods A Car For Christmas

Jordyn Woods and Karl-Anthony Towns have developed a good relationship. The Minnesota Timberwolves superstar and the model are a really good couple and their love for each other is very visible. We've seen KAT giving his girl incredible gifts, like he did last Christmas, showing how much he loves her. 

Even though he's gone through a lot due to the COVID-19, Towns have found support in those people that love him, especially Woods. Their love is too big to hide and they recently confirmed that when taking on a couples challenge. 

Towns and Woods joined Whistle to play a game that would define which one knows more about the other. They answered questions about the first time they met, what's their favorite part of each other, their favorite holiday, perfect date, and even played mini hoops, where Woods beat her significant other (she started with a 7-0 advantage over KAT). 

One of the funniest parts of the challenge was KAT giving himself flowers about being a romantic person, channeling his inner Drake to show off in front of his girlfriend. 

"I'm a certified lover boy," the Minnesota Timberwolves big man claimed. 

In the end, Woods won the challenge 9-8, which made Towns give a speech accepting his defeat while praising Jordyn. He once again showed that he loves the model so much, calling her the most intelligent woman he's ever known, stating that the people that know her are well aware of the great person she is. 

Towns is living really good times right now. Besides having a beautiful woman at home that loves him, he's going off on the court. The former No. 1 overall pick dropped 60 points on Monday, becoming the first center to achieve that in a game since Shaquille O'Neal. Things are going just fine for the Dominican-American player and his team, which ranks 7th in the Western Conference with a 40-30 record.

Minnesota hosts Los Angeles Lakers tonight, hoping to worsen the Californians' bad situation.