NBA: Ingles And Wife Renae Offer To Fly Autistic Man To A Jazz Game

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NBA news: Joe Ingles and his wife Renae Ingles replied to a mom's tweet about her autistic son's first question. Both offered to fly David to a Utah Jazz game.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Recently, Australian NBA player Joe Ingles responded to a mother who tweeted about her autistic son's first-ever question. The Utah Jazz star found 21-year-old David Bloch on Saturday after Kerry Bloch tweeted about her son's story on October 31. She told everyone that her son is autistic and has no communication skills. David asked his mother whether someone would like him.

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NBA: Ingles replies to an autistic man's first question

The post went viral soon after the tweet and many celebrities replied to Bloch. Ingles, replied to the tweet as well, saying that he and his wife Renae Ingles like David a lot, and would love to invite them to a Jazz match. Renae replied as well, offering to get David to the Autism game on New Year at Salt Lake City, Utah. Inkles recently signed a new deal for $US 14 million, along with this $US 52 million contract. Ingles asked Bloch to let them know and he would sort everything else out. 

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Recently, Ingles and Renae revealed that their son Jacob was diagnosed with autism. Both claimed that they knew something was wrong from an early age. After comparing Jacob's development with his twin sister, Milla, they took him to a pediatrician. After being diagnosed with autism, he started speech and occupational therapy.

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The original post by Bloch gained over 70 thousand likes and over 9 thousand replies with people showering David with love and support and telling him that they liked him. Kerry Bloch thanked everyone for their response and said she read every reply to her son. She said that the response is overwhelming and offered her blessings to everyone. 

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