All-Star center Karl-Anthony Towns avoided questions about his contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday.
Per Darren Wolfson of KSTP, Towns refused to get into specifics regarding his future with the T-Wolves, as seen at the 1:57 mark of the following video:
"I think that I've done a lot of things here," Towns said. "I'm very proud of the things I've been able to do so far, but I have a lot of things that have to be talked about.
According to Michael Rand, organizers from Towns' basketball camp at Providence Academy in Plymouth, Minnesota, said no questions pertaining to anything other than the camp would be permitted to be asked by the media.
Towns has one year remaining on his contract before he can become a restricted free agent next offseason.
Towns is eligible to sign an extension this off-season, and Michael Scotto of The Athletic recently reported that Towns and the Timber-wolves were discussing a "maximum rookie scale contract extension."
Back in May on his podcast Zach Lowe said that towns & the T-Wolves aren't in a "good place."