The Suns head on the road to face Memphis, then return home to host Dallas as they try to end a three-game slide.
The Suns have two tough games on the docket this week as they try to get out of a three-game slide.
The Suns take their 2-8 road record to Memphis to take on the Grizzlies on Tuesday. Memphis is 8-1 at home and tied with the Miami Heat for the best record in the NBA at 12-3. In another high-profile matchup that night, the Oklahoma City Thunder head to Brookyln to take on the Nets in a game televised on NBATV.
Close to two-thirds of the NBA will be in action on Wednesday night, highlighted by the Dallas Mavericks heading to L.A. to take on the Los Angeles Clippers, a game televised on ESPN. The Denver Nuggets' visit to Atlanta to play the Hawks will also be televised on ESPN earlier in the evening.
The Suns return home to host the Dallas Mavericks in one of two games on Thursday night. The Mavs have struggled on the road, going 2-6, while the Suns have seen their share of success at home this season with a 5-3 record. The game will be broadcast nationally on TNT.
In the only other game on Thursday, the Miami Heat look to avenge their loss to the New York Knicks earlier in the season. That game will also be broadcast nationally on TNT.
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