Basketball world reacts to news of Terrence Clarke’s death
(WYMT) - Reactions and condolences continue to pour in following former University of Kentucky Wildcat Terrence Clarke’s death.
The Boston native and one-time UK guard died Thursday night in a car crash in Los Angeles. He was 19.
Clarke’s teammates, coaches, former Kentucky players and even NBA stars took to social media to share messages about the young man.
UK Coach John Calipari:
Today is a rough day for our Kentucky Family...RIP Terrence Clarke 🙏🏽— Karl-Anthony Towns (@KarlTowns) April 23, 2021
This World .. Man 💔— Hamidou Diallo (@hamidoudiallo) April 23, 2021
Just wanted to prove everybody wrong... My Lil Brother 🚶🏾🙏🏾— Hamidou Diallo (@hamidoudiallo) April 23, 2021
💔— Jarred Vanderbilt (@JVando) April 23, 2021
Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens:
UK strength coach Rob Harris:
I will always remember the smile on Terrence Clarke’s face when I picked him up from the airport upon his arrival to Lexington last summer. I told my wife Allison, that he was going to be her new favorite player on the team. Praying for his family and friends. #RipTclarke— DeWayne Peevy (@BlueDemonsAD) April 23, 2021
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