At halftime of the Phoenix Suns-Memphis Grizzlies game Monday night, Specialist Jamie Bledsoe of the California National Guard surprised his son in yet another heartwarming sports moment. Logan was brought out on the court and blindfolded for a contest. His father, who had been in Afghanistan for the last nine months, was the one to help him take off the blindfold.
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