Where can I watch the big shot 30 for 30?

Big Shot – ESPN Films: 30 for 30.

What is big Shot 30 for 30 about?

Big Shot tells a bizarre, real-life story about one of the biggest scams in the history of professional sports. The film profiles John Spano, a businessman from Dallas who briefly purchased control of the Islanders in the late 1990s before being exposed as a fraud.

How many 30 for 30s are there?

30 for 30 is the title for a series of documentary films airing on ESPN, its sister networks, and online highlighting interesting people and events in sports history….

30 for 30
No. of episodes 157
Producers Bill Simmons Connor Schell John Dahl
Production company ESPN Films

What is Big Shot Hockey about?

Ideal Motorized Big Shot Hockey provides hours of 2-player fun as you shoot against motorized goalies that try to block your shots. The game starts with each player taking 10 balls of the same color and placing them into the ball channel. Turn on the game and press down the ball release button to start playing.

Who is John Spano?

John Angelo Spano Jr. (born May 31, 1964) is an American businessman and admitted fraud. He is best known for briefly buying control of the New York Islanders franchise of the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1996, before it emerged that he did not have nearly enough assets to buy the team.

What is the best ESPN 30 for 30?

The 10 Best ESPN 30 For 30 Documentaries, Ranked By IMDb

  1. 1 Once Brothers (2010) – 8.5.
  2. 2 Survive And Advance (2013) – 8.5.
  3. 3 The Two Escobars (2010) – 8.4.
  4. 4 Bad Boys (2014) – 8.2.
  5. 5 Of Miracles And Men (2015) – 8.2.
  6. 6 Four Falls Of Buffalo (2015) – 8.2.
  7. 7 The ’85 Bears (2016) – 8.2.

Who bought the New York Islanders?

New York Islanders Sale to Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin Reportedly Approved. The National Hockey League’s board of governors approved the sale of the New York Islanders to Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin at their meeting Tuesday, ending one of the more controversial franchise transactions in recent memory.

Who bought the Islanders with no money?

John A. Spano, Jr.
John Spano

John A. Spano, Jr.
Conviction(s) Pleaded guilty
Criminal charge 1997: Various charges of bank fraud, wire fraud, and forgery in New York, Massachusetts, and Texas, including fraud to gain control of the New York Islanders 2005: Mail fraud charges in Ohio 2014: Theft and forgery charges in Ohio