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Apr 23 2015

2015 NBA Playoffs: The Bandwagon Report (Adjusted!)

The 2015 NBA Playoffs are underway, but that doesn’t stop the Networks United from checking in with the Bandwagon Report!

Oct 31 2014

The 2014-2015 NBA Lightweight Report

Fresh off predicting the 2014 NBA Finals (and allowing “sponsors” to delay the release): The 2014-2015 NBA Lightweight Report, co-sponsored by the new NBA TV deal, the “Coming Home” movement, and Diddy’s Dirty Money!

Jun 25 2014

2014 NBA Offseason Maintenance Report

Now that I’m done predicting world champions for now, it’s time to fix every NBA team heading into the NBA offseason! Hope season has arrived!

Jun 05 2014

2014 NBA Finals: Spurs vs. Heat (The 1SKILLZ Gameplan)

In the first Finals rematch since Bulls/Jazz in 1998, the Spurs are the team with homecourt advantage. The Heat are trying to be like those Bulls – steal homecourt and win a third straight NBA Finals before everyone can leave.

Apr 18 2014

2014 NBA Playoffs: The Bandwagon Report

The NBA playoffs are about to get underway this weekend, and for the fourth year, 1SKILLZ-NetworksUnited is happy to provide the service of The Bandwagon Report.

Feb 24 2014

Escape from the Winter Olympics: Russia Rear View

The 2014 Olympic Winter Games are now closed … all that’s left is to get back home from Russia and properly place the time capsule on Sochi!

Oct 29 2013

The 2013-2014 NBA Lightweight Report

The 2013-2014 NBA Lightweight Report, co-sponsored by Riggin’ for Wiggins and Waiting for Godot!

Jun 27 2013

2013 NBA Offseason Maintenance Report

Let’s put a target on fixing all 30 NBA teams. Yes, including the one that just won back-to-back titles.

Apr 19 2013

2013 NBA Playoffs: The Bandwagon Report

Any way you look at it, the best postseason in sports (and the longest) is upon us, and the NetworksUnited brings to you fine folks the Bandwagon Report. (Asterisks NOT included.)

Oct 27 2012

The 2012-2013 NBA Lightweight Report

We’re going to set the bar here, and just about every team has a healthy amount of optimism going into the season. But wins and losses will change those attitudes.

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