* Tennis star Pete Sampras is profiled on "60 Minutes II" on WUSA.

* The Knicks vs. Wizards on WBDC.

* And "I Dare You! The Ultimate Challenge" on WDCA.

Sports

NBA Basketball. New York at Washington (Channel 50 at 7).

Public Broadcasting

Scientific American Frontiers (CC) reports on one doctor's claim that his nutritional advice can help people live longer (Channel 26 at 8).

Frontline: The Survival of Saddam (CC). A portrait of the Iraqi leader, his leadership style and his uncanny ability to survive (Channel 26 at 10).

Newsmagazines

60 Minutes II (CC) revisits Waco, Tex., and profiles tennis star Pete Sampras (Channel 9 at 9).

Dateline NBC (CC) updates the condition of Matthew Scott, who received the country's first hand transplant last year (Channel 4 at 10).

Series

I Dare You! The Ultimate Challenge (CC). One genius attempts to ride his motorcycle through a fiery tunnel; another tries to jump through a moving train (Channel 20 at 8).

3rd Rock From the Sun (CC). Dick and Mary strike up a curious friendship with a seemingly charming couple (Channel 4, 8:30).

Party of Five (CC). Charlie, impressed by Daphne's customer service skills, hires her at the furniture store; meanwhile, Bailey becomes a dating machine (Channel 5 at 9).

Dharma & Greg (CC). Dharma upsets Larry by befriending two police officers (Channel 20 at 9).

Shasta McNasty (CC). The guys return from Tijuana with a bullfighter (Erik Estrada) looking for his lost love (Channel 20 at 9).

Veronica's Closet (CC). Josh relies on food to help him deal with the pressures of planning a wedding; Scott "Chachi" Baio guests as a wedding consultant (Channel 4 at 9:30).

Sports Night (CC) is offered an exclusive interview with Michael Jordan; William H. Macy reprises his role as ratings-hungry Sam (Channel 7 at 9:30).

NYPD Blue (CC). Sipowicz leads the investigation into the grisly murder of an out-of-towner who frequently hired male prostitutes (Channel 7 at 10).

Late Night

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (CC). With Terry Bradshaw and Sarah, the Duchess of York (Channel 4, 11:35).

Late Show With David Letterman (CC). A repeat of Dave's show from London in 1995 (Channel 9, 11:35).

Lisa de Moraes has the day off. Her TV Column will return.

CAPTION: Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy on "Sports Night."