Terrence Clarke

Big Blue Nation remembers Terrence Clarke

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Big Blue Nation is remembering a former Kentucky basketball star who died in a crash. One year ago Friday, Terrence Clarke ran a red light, hit a truck and crashed into a pole in Los Angeles. He died at the hospital. Coach John Calipari and the...
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Rhyne Howard honors Terrence Clarke on draft night

Rhyne Howard's dream came true Monday night when she became the first-ever Kentucky women's basketball player to go No. 1 overall in the WNBA Draft, where she was selected by the Atlanta Dream. Howard, however, didn't forget her friend's dream that went unfulfilled. On draft night, Howard remembered the late...

How NBA Honored Former Kentucky Star Terrence Clarke At All-Star Weekend

There was an important player missing from the NBA’s Rising Stars Game, which served as the kick-off to All-Star Weekend festivities on Friday. Terrence Clarke, the Dorchester, Mass., native and former Kentucky star who was killed in a car crash in April, likely would have been on the floor as part of the showcase of the league’s top young talent.

NBA honors Terrence Clarke with Rising Stars jersey

Ahead of the top annual showcase of its young talent, the NBA paid tribute to a prospect lost too soon. The NBA unveiled an honorary jersey for Terrence Clarke before the Clorox Rising Stars event through social media on Friday. Clarke lost his life in a car accident last summer just months before he likely would have been a first-round pick.

Brandon Boston Jr. dedicates career game to Terrence Clarke

Former Kentucky guard and Los Angeles Clippers rookie Brandon Boston Jr. enjoyed the best game of his young NBA career Wednesday night. The second round pick scored a career-best 27 points to go along with four steals in the Clippers' 114-111 win over the Boston Celtics. Boston made 9 of 13 shots, 5 of 8 three-pointers, and 4 of 4 free throws in 25 minutes, more than doubling his previous career-high of 13 set on three separate occasions this season.

Brandon Boston Dedicates Career Game to Terrence Clarke, 'His Energy Carried Me'

L.A. Clippers rookie Brandon Boston Jr. had the best game of his young career against the Celtics on Wednesday ... and dedicated his performance to the late Terrence Clarke. The guard went off on the Cs in the 114-111 win ... scoring 27 points (including 5 3-pointers, going perfect from the free throw line and earning 4 steals in just 25 minutes off the bench!
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Clippers' Boston dedicates career night vs. C's to Terrence Clarke

Brandon Boston Jr. would have had a very proud former teammate Wednesday night. The Clippers rookie exploded for a career-high 27 points in 25 minutes to lead Los Angeles to a 114-111 win over the Boston Celtics. Filling in for the injured Paul George, Boston had a true breakout performance after scoring just 54 points total in his previous 12 NBA games.

Clippers’ Brandon Boston Jr. Dedicates Big Game Vs. Celtics To Terrence Clarke

Brandon Boston Jr. honored Terrence Clarke the best way he knew how: by torching the Boston Celtics. The Los Angeles Clippers rookie guard dedicated his stellar performance against the C’s to the late Boston native and NBA Draft prospect. The 27 points Boston scored off the bench were team and career highs, as he helped the Clippers beat the Celtics 114-111 on Wednesday night at Staples Center.