The Brooklyn Paper’s March Madness Ping Pong Classic!

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The Brooklyn Paper’s GO Brooklyn team is working on a big package of ping pong stories for next week’s edition (“Ping Pong is back, baby!”), and as part of that award-nominated coverage, the Paper staff took on a handful of DUMBO luminaries in what we are sure will be an annual Brooklyn Paper tradition.

All your favorite Brooklyn Paper legends are here, including Mike “Paddles” McLaughlin, “Kosher” Gersh Kuntzman, Vince “Illegal Serve” DiMiceli and Ben “Nails” Muessig.

Also participating were Mike Weiss and Tim Cunnane of Mikey’s Hook Up, Sarah “The Big Blogger” Portlock and Eric Demby of the Brownstoner Flea, a crafts and flea market.

Print out and fill in the attached March Madness–style bracket before Friday’s matches for a chance to win lavish, though still undetermined, prizes. Either e-mail your picks to or FAX the completed bracket to (718) 834-1713.

Get in on all the ping pong action…today!

Updated 5:11 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Homer Fink from Brooklyn Heights says:
We feel confident that once Ms. Portlock returns from her training in Beijing that she will be unstoppable.

You have been warned.

Sure, oh sure.

Brooklyn Heights Blog
March 20, 2009, 1:08 pm
Ian from Woodside says:
Madman Mclaughlin cannot be stopped. Period.
March 24, 2009, 5:13 pm
the old ref from between the lines says:
It's karmic payback. The paper laid-off Sarah, and she returned to win all in the ping pong classic.
March 26, 2009, 11:18 am

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