Boogie Ellis scored 28 points, hitting a career-high eight three-pointers, and USC routed Eastern Washington 106-78 on Wednesday night.
The Trojans (5-2) bounced back from a two-point loss to Oklahoma last week that dropped them out of the AP Top 25 poll.
Ellis shot nine for 13 from the floor and missed just two of three-point attempts. Isaiah Collier added 15 points despite four fouls as one of five Trojans in double figures.
The Eagles (1-6) were led by former UCLA player Jake Kyman with 25 points, including seven three-pointers.
The Trojans stretched their lead to 31 points to start the second half when Ellis made three three-pointers.
The Trojans built their largest lead of the first half, 44-22, with a 19-3 run that included 13 straight points. Six different players scored, led by Vincent Iwuchukwu with seven points, including two dunks.
USC led 52-33 at the break after shooting 63% from the floor.
Shortly before halftime, Bronny James appeared on the bench. Unlike last week, he didn’t do any pregame shooting. He has yet to make his debut after suffering a cardiac arrest in July during a workout at Galen Center.