Fox San Antonio - Sports Last Update on January 29, 2015 15:47 GMT NBA-SCHEDULE UNDATED (AP) -- The Southwest Division-leading Memphis Grizzlies are home this evening to Denver's Nuggets. The Grizzlies have won 4 straight and 8 of 10. They top the division by a game and-a-half with a record of 33-12. Central leader Chicago continues its West Coast road trip with a game in L.A. against the Lakers. Chicago is first in the Central by 3 games over Cleveland and has a record of 30-17. The Lakers, who learned yesterday that Kobe Bryant will indeed miss the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery, have lost their last 9 games. The remaining games this evening feature the Bucks in Orlando against the Magic, who have lost 6 straight, and the Knicks in Indianapolis for a date with the Pacers. T25-SCHEDULE UNDATED (AP) -- The No. 1 team in men's basketball is back on the court tonight as coach John Calipari takes his Kentucky Wildcats to Columbia, Missouri, for a game with the Missouri Tigers. The Wildcats have won their first 19 games of the season to secure the top ranking. Only 19-0 Virginia remains unbeaten among major college men's teams. Third-ranked Gonzaga (gahn-ZAG'-uh), which is 20-1, is home this evening to Portland, while in other games involving a ranked school No. 11 Utah is at UCLA and 16th-ranked Maryland is playing at Ohio State. NHL-SCHEDULE UNDATED (AP) -- The top two clubs in the NHL's Atlantic Division are facing off tonight as Tampa Bay entertains Detroit. The Red Wings start the game with a one point leave over the Lightning. The top two teams in the Pacific Division are also squaring off tonight, but the spread between the two clubs is much bigger. As a matter of fact, first-place Anaheim has a 14 point lead over San Jose. The visiting Ducks have won their last 6 games. The Bruins are back on the ice for the first time in 8 days. Tonight Boston is on the road for a game with the Islanders, who lead the Metropolitan Division and share first place in the Eastern Conference with Tampa with 65 points. The red-hot Rangers, who have won 16 of their last 20 games, are home to Montreal. The Canadiens, however, seem to have the New Yorkers' number as they are 8-3-0 in their last 11 games with the Rangers. The rest of the schedule has the Jets in Philadelphia, the Maple Leafs home to the Coyotes, Dallas at Ottawa, the Panthers at home to Columbus, Nashville in St. Louis, the Wild at Calgary and the Sabres playing in Edmonton, where they haven't lost since 2003. AUSTRALIAN OPEN MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- The final men's semifinal match is on tap tonight, U.S. time, at the Australian Open. The winner of the Novak Djokovic (NOH'-vak JOH'-kuh-vich) and Stan Wawrinka (vah-VRINK'-ah) pairing will move on to the championship match and a date with sixth-seed Andy Murray. Top-seed Djokovic has dominated his series of matches with defending champion Wawrinka, having won 16 of the 19 matches they've played. Murray earned his spot in the final with a semifinal win over No. 7 Tomas Berdych (TOH'-mahs bur-DEEK') 6-7, 6-0, 6-3, 7-5. This will be his fourth trip to the Australian final after three losses.