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TV Schedule: Phoenix Suns Take Aim At Season-Best Four Game Win Streak Tonight Against Cleveland Cavaliers

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.

5:00 p.m., my45: NBA, Phoenix Suns @ Cleveland Cavaliers. Fresh off of a win against Amare and the New York Knicks on Monday, the Suns seem to be hitting their stride as they prepare to take on four consecutive sub-.500 Eastern Conference opponents on the road. That stretch begins tonight against the Cavaliers, who have lost thirteen straight games. The Suns will be looking for a season-best four game win streak.

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January 19th, 2011

5:00 p.m., ESPN: NCAA-B, (5) Duke @ North Carolina State. Duke aims to avenge last year’s loss at North Carolina State with a win tonight. The Blue Devils, who dropped from the number one spot with a loss to unranked Florida State last week, also attempt to pick up their first ACC road win of the season while reasserting their dominance as national contenders.

5:00 p.m., ESPN2: NCAA-B, Cincinnati @ (16) Notre Dame. Riding a two-game losing streak, Notre Dame returns home and hopes to get back on track against Cincinnati. Cincinnati has lost tough road games in the Big East this season to (7) Villanova and (4) Syracuse. A win tonight against a ranked Notre Dame squad could boost Cincinnati into the Top 25.

7:00 p.m., ESPN: NBA, Los Angeles Lakers @ Dallas Mavericks. The Mavericks, after starting the season on a 26-5 tear, have lost seven of nine games and six in a row overall. They are desperate for a win and could get a big one tonight against the weary Lakers, who will play their third game in four nights.

7:00 p.m., ESPN2: NCAA-B, (10) Texas A&M @ (11) Texas. A top-25 matchup pits in-state rivals against one another in what should be a very interesting game. Both schools look to extend their perfect records in Big 12 conference play and move up in the national rankings with a win.