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Courtney Lee can't wait to go to the moon

Hornets wing Courtney Lee answered two questions posed to him by At The Hive's community. Here's what he had to say.

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Last week, Moment reached out to us to help raise awareness for Charlotte Hornets wing Courtney Lee's Daniel E. Rumph II Foundation, an organization that assists in testing for sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and hypertrophic cardiomyopothy (HCM). The foundation was named after Lee's college teammate, Daniel Rumph, who unexpectedly passed away due to heart disease back in 2005.

To help raise awareness for the campaign, Moment offered At The Hive's community two questions to ask Lee. We received many great questions, but settled on two:

"Will you be one of the first people in line for a trip to the moon when commercial flights start up?"

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"What's the best advice you were ever given?"

- Russell Varner

Moment forwarded the questions to Lee over the weekend. Here's what he had to say:

Hey, Courtney. I just want you to know that when you decide to hop on a spaceship and go to the moon, I'd love to share a floating, nebulous mass of beer with you in space.

If there's something else you'd like to ask Lee, head on over to Moment and consider donating $125, the entirety of which will go to raising awareness about heart disease. There are still four spots left!