Welp, with much of the world stuck at home in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, a lot of us have a lot more time to watch the old television.
There are worse problems in the world to have. And for people who are subscribed to ESPN+, there are a ton of great options to kill a whole lot of time. Let us be your guide through their hefty collection of classic sporting events, documentaries, highlight packages and more.
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Anyway, on to the best things to watch.
1. The full collection of ’30 for 30′ documentaries
This one feels like cheating, and I’ll probably write up a whole guide to the best of the documentary series, because man there are a lot of good documentaries in this series. Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies takes a great look at the Bird/Magic rivalry, and The Two Escobars sums up like a decade and a half of Colombian politics, U.S. interventionism, and soccer in an hour and a half.
2. The Masters films
They have the full collection of official Masters films, which has a one-hour recap of every Masters from 1960 all the way up to 2018.
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3. NFL’s Greatest Games
NFL Films released a bunch of excellent games from their vault, including the “Top 10 Great Games Ever” which lets you relive The Ice Bowl, The Catch, or the David Tyree catch, in all their glory.