E. Washington, 87, Portland 66

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Rodney Stuckey had 18 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and five steals to lead Eastern Washington to a convincing 87-66 victory over Portland on Saturday

Stuckey, a sophomore guard, was seemingly on his way to a triple double, but he wound up spending the last five minutes on the bench because of the Eagles' large lead.

Portland had its last lead of the game at 10-7 on an inside basket by Jamie Jones, who finished with eight points and a career high 14 rebounds. Eastern Washington Michael Taylor answered moments later with a 3-pointer, then Stuckey followed with another 3-pointer to give the Eagles the lead for good at 13-10.

Eastern Washington (5-4) widened its lead to 45-23 at halftime, thanks to a 21-6 run in the final 6 minutes of the half. Portland then scored five of the first six points in the second half but Eastern responded with 12 straight to make the score 58-28.

That run included a 3-pointer and two assists by Stuckey. For the game, the Eagles hit 12 of 23 3-pointers, a 52 percent clip. Overall from the field, Eagles hit 53 percent of their attempts.

Taylor was 4-of-6 from the three-point line while Neal Zumwalt hit three of four 3-pointers. Taylor finished with 15 points while Zumwalt had 9.

Kevin Field led the Pilots with 14 points and nine rebounds. Ben Sullivan and Brian McTear added 11 points each for Portland (2-9).