ROCHESTER, Mich. -- Reggie Hamilton scored a season-high 23 points and Oakland, Mich., shot 52.5 percent as it opened its Summit League season by whipping Southern Utah 81-65 on Thursday night.
Keith Benson had a double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds for the Golden Grizzlies (4-3), who made 32 of 61 shots. Drew Valentine had 12 points and a career-high seven assists, and Will Hudson scored 11.
Ray Jones led the Thunderbirds (2-5) with 13 points and a career-best seven assists, Tyler Koehler went 6-for-6 in scoring 12 off the bench, and Ryan Brimley had 12, all on 3-pointers.
Oakland won the board battle 35-31, just the second time all season Southern Utah has been outrebounded.
The Grizzlies ran their home winning streak against league opponents to 21 games and their regular-season league streak to nine.
* NO. 4 KANSAS 77, UCLA 76: At Lawrence, Kan., Mario Little hit a free throw with seven-tenths of a second remaining, lifting No. 4 Kansas to a victory over UCLA, extending the Jayhawks' team-record string of homecourt wins.
Tyler Honeycutt had 33 points for UCLA, including a 3-pointer with 5 seconds to go that tied the score at 76-76.
But Malcom Lee was called for a foul when Little attempted a desperation heave and the officials, after conferring at the scorer's table, sent him to the line.
He made the first foul shot but missed the second. Honeycutt's crosscourt hurl toward the UCLA basket was off line, giving the Jayhawks (7-0) their narrowest victory in a 64-game home court winning streak.
It was one of the few times Honeycutt missed as he finished 11 of 15 from the field, including 5 for 6 from the 3-point line.
* NO. 11 BAYLOR 68, ARIZONA ST. 54: At Waco, Texas, LaceDarius Dunn had six 3-pointers and finished with 24 points as Baylor stretched its home winning streak to 11 games.
Dunn made all of his 3-pointers before bruising his left forearm when he fell hard to the court going for an offensive rebound with 6:43 left. He was on the court writhing in pain, then went to the bench, where he kept rubbing his arm and grimacing before returning 2 minutes later. He was still hurting when he got back in the game.
It was only Dunn's third game this season for Baylor (6-0).
Rihards Kuksiks hit consecutive 3-pointers for Arizona State (3-3) in the opening minute of the second half to tie the game at 33. Dunn responded with a 3-pointer, the first of his two in a quick 7-2 run that gave Baylor the lead for good.
Dunn, the leading scorer last season when Baylor made it to an NCAA regional final and had a school-record 28 wins, was suspended for the first three games of the season after a domestic dispute charge earlier this fall.