There are so many sports every weekend that it can be nearly impossible to keep track of them all. Here is a weekly guide to the five games/events/experiences that you will be in danger of missing if you make the mistake of going outside.

1. The NFL Draft is … still going! There is a school of thought that the final day of the NFL Draft, which is made up of the fourth-through-seventh rounds and is Saturday on ESPN and NFL Network at noon ET, is for diehards only. The thing about this statement is that it's wrong on both fronts. People who are not diehard NFL fans either don't watch at all or stopped watching once their team made a selection on Thursday night. And people who do watch the Saturday segment of the draft are so diehard that they think anyone who doesn't shouldn't count as a football fan at all. I'll confess, I'm on Team "Watch The First Hour on Thursday and Then See Who My Team Picked and I'll Let You Go Ahead and Fill Me In Later." This seems like the sane team.

2. NBA Playoff Game 7s!!! Well … one Game 7, anyway. It's sort of crazy that the NBA Playoffs have been going on for roughly 134 years and yet we've come to an open weekend in which there are merely two games. There's only one Game 8: That's Clippers-Jazz, 3:30 p.m. ET Sunday on ABC. That has been a fantastic first-round series, with so much on the line for both teams. This could not just be the end for the Clippers, who will probably break up the team with a loss in this game; it could be the end for the Jazz, who would love to have a conference semifinals appearance to convince Gordon Heyward to stick with them when the Celtics come calling this offseason. Speaking of the Celtics, their Eastern Conference Semifinal series with the Wizards tips off at 1 p.m. ET Sunday on ABC. Take a day off, though. Zilcho NBA happening Saturday.

3. Your Weekly MLB matchup rankings:
1. Cubs at Red Sox
2. Orioles at Yankees
3. Rockies at Diamondbacks
4. Mets at Nationals
5. Mariners at Indians
6. A's at Astros
7. Phillies at Dodgers
8. Reds at Cardinals
9. Padres at Giants
10. Angels at Rangers
11. Pirates at Marlins
12. White Sox at Tigers
13. Twins at Royals
14. Braves at Brewers
15. Rays at Blue Jays

4. Seriously: Cubs at Red Sox. That's gonna be a blast, right? No wonder we've been reading all those "Theo Epstein should run for office!" stories lately: The Cubs are at Fenway! It should be quite the series, with all three games on national television. Friday's was on MLB Network; Saturday is on FS1 at 4:05 ET, Sunday is on ESPN at 8:05 p.m. ET. Both teams are off to OK-but-not-great starts, though the Cubs' start still has them in first place in a weak National League Central. Someday we're going to get a World Series between these two teams, and you'll ask, "Hey, when's the last time the Cubs played at Fenway Park?" and the answer will be this series. Before this series? 2011. Before that series? 1918.

5. Atlanta United come home. Forgive the local angle here, but since Atlanta United left for a month-long road trip that finally ends Sunday 3 p.m. ET on FS1 against DC United, they have lost their best player (Josef Martinez), they have learned their stadium isn't going to be ready for another month at least and they have run a gauntlet of Western Conference powerhouses, ending with five points in four games, a more than respectable result. This is also an opportunity to point to Doug McIntyre's excellent feature about Atlanta United; McIntyre was one of the many, many people ESPN laid off this last weekend, and that story is an excellent example of why it was a mistake.

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Dive Into Five is a weekly guide to the weekend's activities of sport. Make sure I don't miss anything great by emailing me leitch@sportsonearth.com.