MARCH 28-APRIL 3
CBS 1 PM
NCAA Division II Tournament Final
If you like playing the chalk, go with third-ranked Kentucky Wesleyan (29-3), which has been in the title game in each of the past five years, winning in 1999 and 2001.
ABC 8 PM
World Figure Skating Championships, Ladies Free Skate
With defending champ Irina Slutskaya not competing because of her mother's kidney illness, a star-spangled sweep is a strong possibility. Sarah Hughes, Michelle Kwan and Sasha Cohen vie for medals.
TRAVEL CHANNEL 7 PM
The World Poker Tour
Poker night goes prime time from Las Vegas in the first of 13 tournaments to be filmed in casinos—and in front of live audiences—around the world.
PBS 10 PM
A riveting documentary on Wyoming Indian High's hoops team, a perennial state title-winner made up of Native Americans. Filmmakers spent two years on the Wind River Indian reservation chronicling the play on the court and the grinding poverty off it.
TNT 9:30 PM
Lakers at Mavericks
Dallas is looking for a little redemption and self-respect. On Dec. 6 the Mavs suffered what guard Nick Van Exel called a "flat-out choke" by blowing a 28-point halftime lead as L.A. staged the second-biggest fourth-quarter comeback ever.
ESPN 8 PM
Rangers at Angels
Just when you'd recovered from ThunderStix and Rally Monkeys...with Major League Baseball having canceled its A's-Mariners series in Japan, the season opener is A-Rod's boys in Anaheim against the World Series champs...and those damn monkeys.