11 a.m., ESPN/NFL Network
For some, the main course comes first. It's the finale of the three-day spectacle in Chicago, and there still should be some gems to be had in Rounds 4-7, just probably not another Tom Brady. The Vikings have four picks — at least as of right now (you never know with General Manager Rick Spielman). You can also watch to see how Mel Kiper's helmet hair is holding up.
NHL, NBA playoffs
All day, multiple networks
The NHL will be into early second-round action — how about Wild vs. Blackhawks? — with eight teams still vying for the Stanley Cup. The best hope for the NBA is a first-round Game 7 or two — perhaps Spurs vs. Clippers (the Spurs led the series 2-1 going into Sunday's game). Enjoy the greatness of Tim Duncan while you still can.
141st Kentucky Derby
5:24 p.m. post time, Ch. 11
Trainer Bob Baffert has two of the most talked about colts in the field — Dortmund (6-0 record) and American Pharoah (eight-length victory in the Arkansas Derby). Dortmund will be ridden by Martin Garcia, who is 0-for-2 in the Derby. Victor Espinoza will be aboard American Pharoah a year after winning the Derby with California Chrome.
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao
10 p.m., pay-per-view
The Las Vegas welterweight championship unification bout is billed as the richest boxing match ever — more than $300 million will flow into the two camps. At 47-0, Floyd Mayweather Jr., 38, and Manny Pacquiao, 36, with a 57-5-2 record, are considered the world's two best fighters, pound-for-pound. Negotiatons for the fight began in 2009. It's about time.