The good news is in the 3rd round CBS and Turner stagger the start times to an absolutely absurd degree, allowing you to watch as much time from as many games as humanly possible in a 12-hour span. The bad news is unless you are watching either Michigan or Michigan State, you probably are not going to be seeing much in the way of 20141st round talent. In fact, outside of Tyler Ennis, Jerami Grant, and Montrezl Harrell, there really is not any other 1st round talent and those three are probably at best mid-round picks.
But hey! College basketball has fun and this tournament has been absolutely ridiculous so far, so despite the relative lack of NBA talent competing today may be in terms of excitement we may yet uncover a diamond or two in the rough.
South Third Round [Orlando, FL]: #9 Pittsburgh vs. #1 Florida 12:15 (CBS)
Who to watch: Lamar Patterson (Pittsburgh), Chris Walker (Florida), Patric Young (Florida)
Midwest Third Round [Orlando, FL]: #5 Saint Louis vs. #4 Louisville 2:50 (CBS)
Who to watch: Montrezl Harrell (Louisville), Russ Smith (Louisville)
Midwest Third Round [Milwaukee, WI]: #7 Texas vs. #2 Michigan 5:15 (CBS)
West Third Round [Spokane, WA]: #12 North Dakota State vs. #4 San Diego State 6:10 (TNT)
South Third Round [Buffalo, NY]: #11 Dayton vs. #3 Syracuse 7:10 (TBS)
Who to watch: Nik Stauskas (Michigan), Glenn Robinson (Michigan), Tyler Ennis (Syracuse), Jerami Grant (Syracuse), C.J. Fair (Syracuse)
West Third Round [Milwaukee, WI]: #7 Oregon vs. #2 Wisconsin 8:07 (CBS)
East Third Round [Spokane, WA]: #12 Harvard vs. #4 Michigan State 8:48 (TNT)
East Third Round [Buffalo, NY]: #7 Connecticut vs. #2 Villanova 10:00 (TBS)
Who to watch: Sam Dekker (Wisconsin), Gary Harris (Michigan State), Adreian Payne (Michigan State), Keith Appling (Michigan State), Branden Dawson (Michigan State), Shabazz Napier (Connecticut)