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. They're actually playing an NBA playoff game already. After the endless wait for the NBA Finals to start, it's almost a surprise that there are only two days off before Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The Warriors dominated Game One in a way that many feared they might, and they'll try to do it again Sunday on ABC at 8 p.m. ET. If the Warriors smash the Cavs one more time to take a 2-0 series lead, don't fret too much, Cavs fans: As we all know, that's exactly how last year's series started out.

2. Can the Penguins make the Stanley Cup Final boring? Pittsburgh is trying to repeat as Stanley Cup champions, and they can pretty much lock the whole thing down on Saturday. They've got a 2-0 lead heading into Nashville, where they'll play the Predators Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on NBCSN. The Nashville crowd is gonna be nuts -- watch out for more catfish! -- and they will need to be, because there's no coming back from a 3-0 deficit. This was supposed to be a super-close series. But if Nashville can't win this one, this thing is done.

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

4. Oddities at Wrigley. The Cardinals-Cubs rivalry has taken on a new hue in a Cubs-have-won-the-World-Series world, but certainly nobody thought this would happen: Both teams are struggling mightily out of the gate and are trailing the barely-over-.500 Brewers in the NL Central. Someone could be in real trouble after this weekend. You can catch them Saturday at 2:20 p.m. ET on and Sunday at 7:35 ET on ESPN. You might want to keep the clicker handy for that second one.

5. World Cup! Sort of! Wanna stay up all night Saturday night and watch teenagers play soccer? Of course you do! The United States is in the quarterfinals of the men's Under-20 World Cup in South Korea, and they play Venezuela, if you can believe it, at 2 a.m. ET Sunday on FS1. The team is a fun one, and you might even recognize the goalkeeper: He's Jonathan Klinsmann. Son of Jurgen.


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