The Minnesota Timberwolves didn’t have a game on Super Bowl Sunday, so Karl-Anthony Towns figured he would head over to U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and hang out as a photographer.
Towns, who is from New Jersey and is a Philadelphia Eagles fan, got to head to the game with a camera and some lenses to hang out on the sideline.
In a video posted to his Twitter, Towns said he was there to support his team and to snap the shutter for The Players’ Tribune. He also had a special Eagles jersey on.
Towns is just one of the several NBA players who have supported the release of rapper Meek Mill, who was arrested on a probation violation and sentenced to two to four years in jail this past September. Mills’ sentencing has sparked protests and discussion about harsh sentencing within the criminal justice system. You can read more about Meek Mill and his case here.