Watch it

“30 for 30” (2 p.m., ABC). ESPN’s acclaimed documentary series takes a look at Paul Westhead’s run-n-gun system at Loyola Marymount, particularly the Lions’ inspired NCAA run in the 1990 NCAA Tournament following the on-court death of Hank Gathers. This could be the best hour of TV you watch all weekend.

NCAA Tournament (3 p.m., CBS). It’s the Final Four: Butler vs. Michigan State at 3, followed by Duke vs. West Virginia at about 5:30. Not exactly who everyone picked, but they should be pretty good games.

“Austin City Limits” (9 p.m., KRCB). Wilco performs songs off its 2007 “Blue Sky Blue” album. Cool. If you’re not in the North Bay, look for it to be rerun later in the week your local PBS station.

Have some wine with that cheese

“The Ten Commandments” (7 p.m., ABC). The Charlton Heston biblical epic gets its annual airing. Take a drink every time someone says “Moses” and you’re guaranteed to sleep right through the Easter Bunny’s visit tomorrow morning.