Former Kentucky Wildcats player Terrence Clarke, who died tragically in a car accident earlier this year, will be honored by his hometown in Boston by the Centers of Youth and Family. Vine Street Community Center has been renovated and redesigned in his name.

Clarke use to play at the community center as a kid and now its court will be renamed for him.

The center released a statement saying:

“Representatives from the Celtics, including select player(s) and personnel, will join VIPs from Boston Centers for Youth & Families, New Balance, and the Clarke family in unveiling the newly renovated gymnasium, which has been enhanced and formally renamed after Terrence in his memory. Terrence, a freshman guard for Kentucky who grew up playing basketball at BCYF Vine Street, died in a car crash this past spring. He was slated to enter the 2021 NBA Draft. “

After the dedication of the court, youth members of the crowd will be allowed to play on the new court.

[H/T On3]