Fox San Antonio - Sports Last Update on January 28, 2015 15:47 GMT SUPER BOWL PHOENIX (AP) -- The Patriots and Seahawks face more interviews today from members of the media in the Phoenix area. They also get back to the business of getting ready for Sunday's Super Bowl. The annual Media Day took place yesterday with very little news coming out of the separate interview sessions for the Patriots and Seahawks. That's nothing new as nothing every really comes out of the Tuesday session, which allows some of the people accredited by the NFL to dress up as if it were Halloween. NBA-SCHEDULE UNDATED (AP) -- The hottest team in the NBA is home this evening for a game with Brooklyn. The Hawks enter the game riding a 16-game winning streak and in games played in Atlanta they are 20-3. In a good matchup of Southwest Division teams the Rockets are home to the Mavericks. At the start of play today the first-place Grizzlies, who have the night off, lead the Rockets by two games and the Mavericks by 3 1/2. Houston has won its last two games while the Mavs have dropped their last three. Cleveland is enjoying a seven-game winning streak. The Cavaliers beat the Pistons in Detroit last night and this evening are home to Northwest leader Portland. The Blazers are 32-13 on the year while the Cavs are 26-20. A check of the rest of the schedule has Detroit in Philadelphia, the Raptors home to the Kings, Boston at Minnesota, the Pelicans, who have won four in a row, home to Denver, the Knicks entertaining the Thunder, Charlotte at San Antonio, the Jazz hosting the Clippers and the Wizards in Phoenix. T25-SCHEDULE UNDATED (AP) -- Without doubt the top game in men's Top-25 action tonight is being played in South Bend, Indiana, as fourth-ranked Duke plays No. 8 Notre Dame. The Blue Devils enter the game 17-2, fresh off Sunday's win over St. John's which gave coach Mike Krzyzewski (shuh-SHEF'-skee) his 1,000th career victory. The Fighting Irish start the game with a mark of 19-2. Completing Top-10 play this evening sixth-ranked Arizona is home to Oregon, ninth-ranked Kansas is at TCU and No. 10 Louisville is at Boston College. The rest of the card has No. 12 Wichita State playing host to Loyola of Chicago, 18th-ranked Northern Iowa at Southern Illinois, Indiana, the 22nd-ranked school, at Purdue, No. 23 Miami of Florida home to Georgia Tech and 24th-ranked Oklahoma at home to Texas Tech.