LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kyle Anderson helped put UCLA back in the win column by scoring a career-high 23 points, leading the Bruins to an 83-60 win over Weber State Sunday night.
The Bruins (10-2) were coming off a 17-point loss to No. 8 Duke but improved to 10-0 at home.
Weber State took an early lead thanks to some hot shooting but the Wildcats cooled down quickly. UCLA used a 22-5 run in the first half to build a 33-21 lead, and were never threatened again.
Anderson, one of six players in the country with a triple-double this season, also finished with 10 rebounds and six assists. Tony Parker scored 13 points, and Bryce Alford added 10 for UCLA.
The Wildcats (2-5) were led by Richaud Gittens and Davion Berry, who scored 15 and 14 points, respectively.