Greg Lee, the UCLA Bruins level guard on two unbeaten NCAA championship groups who performed briefly within the NBA and had a profitable professional seashore volleyball profession, died Wednesday in San Diego. He was 70.
As Lee lay in a hospital mattress, his spouse, Lisa, held his hand whereas son Ethan “performed the Neil Younger music ‘Thrasher’ on his guitar, Greg singing alongside in a haze of medicines till he misplaced consciousness for the final time,” Instances reporter Ben Bolch wrote.
“It was a reasonably poignant departure,” Lee’s brother, Jon, informed HuffPost, including that he sang alongside as nicely.
The basketball star died the following day of an an infection stemming from an immune disorder. He’s additionally survived by daughter Jessamyn Feves.
Lee was a fan of Younger and typically accompanied former teammate Invoice Walton to the rocker’s concert events, his brother mentioned.
The household’s farewell singalong appeared solely becoming, he added.
“We’re campers and singers, and we ended up on that musical be aware, in order that was good,” Jon Lee mentioned.