Rounds 4 through 7, ESPN | NFL Network, Noon
Among the all-time greatest late round selections, Chicago's Richard Dent (1983 8th Round), Denver's Shannon Sharpe (1990 7th Round) and of course 5 Super Bowl wins later Tom Brady (2000 6th Round)
NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Game 2: Washington Capitals at New York Rangers, NBC 12:30 p.m.
After a stunning Game 1 loss on a literally final second goal, the Rangers will try to even the series against a motivated Alex Ovechkin and the Caps.
New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox, MLB Network 1:30 p.m.
Los Angeles Angels at San Francisco Giants, FOX Sports 1 4 p.m.
A rare non-network game between the AL East rivals will be simulcasted on MLB Network, as Alex Rodriguez tries to pass Willie Mays on the all-time Home Run list. MLB on FOX's lead team of Joe Buck, Harold Reynold and Tom Verducci will work their second game of the second together in the left coast as Mike Trout and the Angels visit the defending World Champions.
141st Kentucky Derby, NBC 4 p.m.
5-2 favorite American Pharoh, trained by legendary Bob Baffert will try to take the first leg of the triple crown in a 19 horse field.
Game 7: San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Clippers, TNT 8 p.m.
The most intriguing match up of the first round concludes with the decisive seventh game. Will the defending champions continue on for a chance to repeat? Or will Steve Balmer finally have a chance to succeed with a billion dollar company.
Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao, PPV 10 p.m.
The most anticipated championship bout in the last 15 years will air on pay per view for nearly $100. Though five years too late, Mayweather-Pacquiao will conclude one of the greatest days in American sports history.