PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Tom Chambers couldn't believe his eyes.
"That's priceless, right?" he said. "I hate to say that this is me after the fire."
The Phoenix Suns announcer and ring of honor member looked at a picture of his burned bobblehead that was destroyed when the Herr family's home was ravaged by a fire on January 25.
For the last 20 years, we worked collecting lots of signed jerseys, and you know, Wheaties boxes, bobbleheads... anything we can get our hands on," Bonnie Herr said.
Everything was gone, but this morning was a new beginning.
Chambers, the Suns dancers, and team representatives delivered autographed hats, balls, shoes, and photos.
"It's incredible... these people, to have fans like that," Chambers said.
"We had a couple of cabinets, kind of just putting things away," Rodney Scearce said.
The die-hard Suns fans found their way from Connecticut, cheering on their favorite team for over 20 years, and thousands of games.
"We actually followed Charles Barkley out here, he came out in '93 I think it was," Jerry Herr said. "We came out in '94."
The Herr's are grateful for the distraction, and their son, Tyler, who helped coordinate this awesome comeback.
"I don't know how to, I can't thank them enough, this is just great, trying to get our minds off everything going on," he said.