Deceased Celtics fan is staged playing NBA2K at funeral

Deceased Celtics fan is staged playing NBA2K at funeral

Deceased Celtics fan is staged playing NBA2K at funeral

Renard Matthews is set to be buried Tuesday.

The family of a New Orleans man killed in a shooting posed him playing video games while sitting in a chair at his wake. Due to their son's passion for basketball and the Boston Celtics, the family had him wearing his Kyrie Irving jersey for the wake. Kyrie Irving jersey and socks included, too.

The softly-lit area was cordoned off with ropes and seats for family and friends attending the memorial were neatly laid out behind the body.

WDSU reported Renard Matthews died in a shooting on June 25.

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That was the case for 18-year-old Renard Matthews, who loved video games and the Boston Celtics.

He was placed in front of a television with a games console controller in his hand while surrounded by his favourite snacks at the Charbonnet Labat Glapion Funeral Home.

The family made a decision to celebrate him in a unique way this past Sunday, surrounding him with his favorite snacks and "playing" NBA2K while wearing the jersey of Kyrie Irving.

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