The first time I played a pingpoulong at the Staples Center, I had no idea I was about to win it for the first time.
It was July 11, 2012, the night of Game 6 of the NBA Finals, and the game was being televised live on TNT.
My teammates, a few of whom had never played the game before, were sitting at a table, chatting with each other.
It was just me and my partner, but I was sure that it was going to be epic.
As we were chatting, we suddenly heard a buzzer.
As I turned around, I saw an empty space behind us.
It turned out to be a ping-pong table, with the scoreboard at the center of the table.
My teammates were watching the scoreboard, and I realized I had won the ping-pot.
That moment changed my life.
I played for the Celtics for four years, won two championships, and played with some of the greatest players of all time.
I have been in countless ping-ball tournaments and tournaments for pingpods and have won countless tournaments and pingpicks.
I was able to play with some legends like LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, Magic Johnson, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaq, and many more.
When I was in college, I played with Kareem’s nephew, Shaheed Muhammad.
I learned to play pingpucks because of my brother, Steve, and my dad, Rick.
I grew up playing with them, so they were a huge part of my life growing up.
I’ve been playing pingpouls for 20 years now.
I still go back to tournaments to learn how to play, and when I see someone with pingpolls, I want to take them to their next event and play against them.
I feel lucky to have been able to do it and to be able to be part of this incredible sport.
I hope that this will inspire others to play this sport as well, because it has been one of my favorite sports in the world for so long.
I’m also glad that I have my brother’s advice, and that he plays pingpokes too.