Family has son wearing Kyrie Irving jersey, playing National Basketball Association 2K at wake

Your Morning Dump... Where if you're not tired of the Kyrie rumors you should

Your Morning Dump... Where if you're not tired of the Kyrie rumors you should

Renard Matthews was an 18-year-old full of life who enjoyed Doritos, video games and the Boston Celtics. His family put together a unique display, which quickly went viral, at the Sunday wake that commemorated the young man's life and love of the Celtics.

The thought behind the funeral of Renard Matthews is nice, although it might not be the kind of funeral services you might be used to.

During his remembrance on Sunday, the family had Matthews preserved and placed in stance that reflected his low-key lifestyle.

Matthews was positioned to be sitting in a chair, with a Playstation controller in his hands, with some of his favorite snacks by his side. He also donned socks brandishing the likeness of Kyrie Irving, the Celtics player that wears the number 11 shirt, the same that Matthews wore.

There was an XBox One controller in his hand, giving way to the action on the screen; an National Basketball Association 2K showdown being autoplayed between the Golden State Warriors and his Celtics.

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