1. Germany vs. Norway - UEFA Women's EURO
Details: Wednesday, July 17 @ 11:45 AM ET - Kalmar Arena - Kalmar, Sweden - ESPN3
Why Watch: The Germans have dominated this tournament winning it five consecutive times. Will history repeat itself in the 2013 UEFA Women's Euro, or will it be rewritten as Norway sets out to rock the soccer world by defeating Germany? Watch the match Wednesday on ESPN3.
#5ToFollow Insider: Sujay Dutt - @UEFAcomSujayD
Looking for an insider on the #Euro2013 that is truly on the inside? Look no further than Sujay Dutt. He's reporting live, in stadium from #Euro2013 with crowd reaction photos, player quotes and all the GOOOAAAALLL updates you need.
2. The 2013 ESPYS
Details: Wednesday, July 17 @ 9:00 PM ET - Nokia Theater - Los Angeles, CA - ESPN
Why Watch: The ESPYS recognize team and individual athletic achievement and stellar performances over the past year. The "It Happened" commercials have us all ready for the show and eagerly anticipating who will win Wednesday night. Fans will have fun watching, streaming, and tweeting along with the show.
#5ToFollow Insider: The ESPYS Official Acct. - @ESPYS
The ESPYS are getting fans involved like never before! Votes for The Best Team category will be decided by Twitter votes. Tweet in during the show using the hashtag #ESPYSBestTeam and your favorite team's name to get them the ESPY they deserve.
3. The Open Championship
Details: Thursday, July 18 @ 7:00 AM ET - Muirfield - East Lothian, Scotland - ESPN
Why Watch: The 142nd British Open, aka "The Open" is the oldest of golf's four majors. The stage is set and the course, Muirfield, will have all the elements factoring in to the golfers game. Don't miss this major as the PGA tees off Thursday morning.
#5ToFollow Insider: Steve DiMeglio - @Steve_DiMeglio
The USA Today is live from Muirfield tweeting from golf's oldest major. Make sure to follow DiMeglio as he tweets you firsthand coverage from the British Open beginning Thursday.
4. France vs. England - UEFA Women's EURO
Details: Thursday, July 18 @ 2:15 PM ET - Arena Linkoping - Linkoping, Sweden - ESPN3
Why Watch: It has been a long time since France has lost to England in women's, 39-years to be exact. France is the leader in Group C of the Women's EURO and they've already won the group. If England can somehow pull off an upset, they will stay to play another day. You can't miss this do or die match Thursday afternoon on ESPN3.
#5ToFollow Insider: Sam Crompton - @UEFAcomSamC
Sam Crompton is the social media reporter for UEFA.com. If you need an update from the ongoing games, or a preview of how the final Group matches are shaping up, give Compton a follow today.
5. Phoenix Mercury vs. Los Angeles Sparks
Details: Thursday, July 18 @ 10:00 PM ET - Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA - ESPN2
Why Watch: Brittany Griner plays the center position and takes center stage in a Western Conference clash vs. the LA Sparks. The Sparks and Mercury have played twice this season, with the Sparks winning the most recent (88-76). The Griner vs. Parker matchup will be one to watch come Thursday night.
#5ToFollow Insider: Rebecca Clark - @SunsPRGirl
Rebecca Clark works in the Suns PR Office and will be tweeting you some great behind-the-scenes access from PHX. She was with Griner when she appeared on Conan O'Brien and will be bringing you some great tweets Thursday night during the game.