All eyes are on the Premier League this weekend. But don't forget the NBA playoffs and an '80s inspired NHL team

    Manchester City celebrated so hard when they won the Premier League in 2018 that they dropped the trophy onto the pitch.

    (CNN)This week saw two of the most dramatic, impossible-made-possible comebacks in soccer history.

    Liverpool's stunning reversal of fortune against Barcelona in the Champions League semifinal was thought to have been the most unlikeliest of turnarounds. But just 24 hours later, in the same competition, fellow Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur overturned a 3-0 deficit to somehow top Liverpool's feat and set up an all-English Champions League final in Madrid on June 1.
    The weekend promises to be just as exciting, with Manchester City and Liverpool taking to their respective fields for simultaneous kickoffs -- and it's anyone's guess who'll be crowned Premier League champs.
    But that's not all. The NBA and NHL are in the midst of thrilling playoffs. A former champion looks to reclaim her top spot at the Madrid Open. And an ex-NFL quarterback is taking a shot at the PGA Tour.
    Here's your guide to the weekend's biggest sports events:

    PGA Tour

    Rare is it when an amateur commands more attention on a golf course than the professionals.
    The PGA Tour stop in Dallas this week features multi-major winners Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka, but