There was a little basketball bouncing around Sunday’s primetime, but for the most part it was the same old game with a mix of originals and encores on the Big 4. In fact, the mix even caused some shows to gain ground — especially in the contested 9 PM slot. Four weeks into its 10-episode run, ABC’s Secrets & Lies (1.5/4) bopped up 7% to match the high of its two-hour debut on March 1. With a good digital afterlife, the Ryan Philippe-starrer also saw its previous episode hit a Live+3 high in adults 18-49 with a 2.1 rating. However, last night’s top scripted show was Fox’s Last Man On Earth, which served up a double dose last night: A special 9 PM episode snagged a 1.9/6, up 19% from the regular 9:30 PM airing last week. A 9:30 PM broadcast, meanwhile, was even with its March 15 episode.

The biggest rise of the 9 PM slot ultimately went to NBC’s Dateline (1.2/3). With a lead-in of a The Voice repeat, the two-hour newsmag was up 33% from last week.

With a 35-minute delay in the start of its Sunday primetime on the East Coast and in the Central time zones due to overruns San Diego State v Dukefrom the NCAA Tournament, CBS’ numbers are all over the court. Speaking of this year’s March Madness, the tournament is averaging a 6.7/14 overnight result to score its best ever numbers through the first Sunday since 1991. With broadcasts on CBS, TruTV, TNT and TBS, the tournament has bopped up 6% over it 2014 results so far. Moving into the Sweet 16, this weekend’s third-round coverage averaged a 7.3/16 overnight result to hit an opening-weekend 22-year high. It was also up 7% over last year’s first weekend — that’s drama!

Away from the court for a bit, Sunday’s 18-49 ratings will be adjusted later, but as it stands CBS won the night with a 1.5/5 rating and almost 10 million viewers. As the numbers go, 60 Minutes (1.9/6), which started at about 7:30 PM, was up 27% from last week, the 8:30 PM-starting Madam Secretary (1.3/4) was steady with an 8% rise, The Good Wife (1.0/3) was even with last week’s series low and newbie Battle Creek (0.8/2) fell 11% from last week.

Fox’s only other original of the night beside Last Man On Earth was Bob’s Burgers (1.0/3) at 7:30 PM. The first part of the network’s Sunday primetime saw NASCAR overruns in the 7 PM half hour so there may be a bit of a motor-revving bump for the animated show, but Bob’s Burgers was even with its March 15 episode. ABC had a full night in addition to Secrets & Lies. America’s Funniest Home Videos (1.4/5) was up 8% from last week, while Once Upon A Time (1.8/6) and Revenge (1.1/3) were even with their March 15 airings.