We present your Arizona sports TV schedule, times and channels listed. Note: all times MST. Feel free to click on any team's name for further insight, schedules, recaps, and scores, plus an active team blog filled with like-minded fans and analysis.
6:00 p.m., TNT: NBA, Miami Heat @ Orlando Magic. The Heat lead the Southeast Division with a 34-14 record. The Magic, however, are only three-and-a-half games back. Should the two end the season with the same record, the team with a better head-to-head record would clinch the division title and secure a top four seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The season series is 1-1 at this point, with two games left to be played (one more after tonight's game). That means that this game could have major implications down the line in terms of playoff positioning.
Other fun games to check out tonight, including Spurs-Lakers, after the jump.
February 3rd, 2011
8:30 p.m., TNT: NBA, San Antonio Spurs @ Los Angeles Lakers. The West's top two teams square off in this game as both teams fight for supremacy. The Lakers have struggled of late, with the possibility of a trade looming, and they could make a big statement tonight by defeating the 40-8 Spurs and closing the gap for the number one seed out West.
5:00 p.m., ESPN: Michigan @ (1) Ohio State. Ohio State survived at Northwestern in its last game and pulled out a 58-57 victory. They will look to remain the only unbeaten team in the nation by taking care of the Wolverines at home.
7:00 p.m., ESPN: (8) Notre Dame @ DePaul. In its last game, Notre Dame impressed with a road victory against then-number two Pittsburgh. Tonight's game against 6-14 DePaul could be tough, despite DePaul's record, because Notre Dame's game against Pittsburgh took place ten days ago and the Fighting Irish haven't played since then.