By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Thousands of young boys have birthday parties all the time. However, for one Arizona boy, he was left heartbroken after none showed up to his birthday pizza party, according to KPHO.
Sil Mazzini, his mother, says that she invited 30 children from his school to attend the six-year-old Tucson boy’s birthday party at Peter Piper Pizza on Broadway Boulevard. His classmates never showed up.
The young boy was there all by himself with plates and napkins, along with several pizza pies. Teddy, the little boy, was sad that no one showed up.
Instead of doing nothing, the Phoenix Suns decided to act. They offered him tickets to Wednesday’s home game against the Los Angeles Lakers to Talking Stick Resort Arena.
Plus, the team also has other things planned for the little boy. His mother says that this will be his first game.
The Suns fell to 1-2 with a 123-103 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night. The Lakers fell to 0-3 on Monday, as well, after suffering an overtime loss to the San Antonio Spurs at the Staples Center.
He will also be attending the Phoenix Rising game on Friday.
The Rising, which is a soccer team, will be hosting its second-ever playoff game in which they take on the Swope Park Rangers in the United Soccer League.
Phoenix, the No. 3 seed, defeated the No. 6 seed Portland Timbers II on Friday. One night later, the Rangers, the No. 7 seed, defeated No. 2 seed Sacramento Republic FC. That allowed the Rising to host the playoff game against the Rangers.
“We are super excited,” Mazzini said.
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