Jordyn Woods celebrates Timberwolves boyfriend Karl-Anthony Towns after Minnesota eliminates the Nuggets: ‘Goodbye Denver’

  • Woods posted several photos from her seat watching Minnesota beat Denver
  • The Timberwolves are in the Western Conference Finals for the second time
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Model and socialite Jordyn Woods took time to celebrate her boyfriend and Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns.

Towns and the Timberwolves advanced to the NBA’s Western Conference Finals after upsetting defending champion Denver Nuggets in a seven-game series.

On Instagram, Woods shared photos of a hug she shared with her husband in the hallways of Ball Arena in Colorado.

‘Western Conference Final!!! Are you joking!?!? I couldn’t be happier for this team and especially Karl,” she wrote.

β€œHe’s had to overcome so many adversities to get to this point in his career, let alone knee surgery earlier this season.

Jordyn Woods posted photos of a moment she shared with boyfriend Karl-Anthony Towns

Woods was in Denver for the Timberwolves Game 7 victory that eliminated the Nuggets

Woods was in Denver for the Timberwolves Game 7 victory that eliminated the Nuggets

Woods also showed off her stiletto heels that were customized with Towns' number on them

Woods also showed off her stiletto heels that were customized with Towns’ number on them

β€œI’m so proud and in awe of him. This is your moment!’

In a separate Instagram story, she posted an image of a fan sign that read “Attention: Altitude Warning Low Oxygen” and captioned it “Goodbye Denver” with a tearful smiley face.

Woods wore custom stilettos during the game with the Timberwolves logo and Towns’ No. 32 on the shoes.

She also secured her front-row seat during the hilarious press conference Towns and teammate Anthony Edwards held after their win.

Woods and Towns celebrated four years together in May. The pair had been friends for a long time before they started dating during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The pandemic has been a difficult time for Towns, who lost seven family members β€” including his mother Jacqueline β€” to the virus.

He finished the night’s win-and-win game with 23 points and 12 rebounds as the Timberwolves reached the conference finals for the second time in team history.

Game 1 against the Dallas Mavericks tips off from Minneapolis on Wednesday evening.