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Eugene Tanner, Associated Press
UCLA center Joshua Smith (34) tries to block Chaminade's Bennie Murray as he attempts to pass off the basketball in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Monday, Nov. 21, 2011, in Lahaina, Hawaii.

LAHAINA, Hawaii — Lazeric Jones had 19 points, Jerime Anderson added 18 and UCLA ran past Chaminade in the second half for a 92-60 victory in the first round of the Maui Invitational on Monday.

The Bruins (1-2) were raggedy early, appearing as if they were headed toward an embarrassing loss in a season that's already had a couple.

UCLA turned around quickly, though, hitting 19 of 33 shots in the second half and preventing any thought of a comeback with seven of its 12 blocked shots.

The Bruins move on face the winner between No. 14 Kansas and Georgetown in Tuesday's semifinals.

Chaminade (3-1) had designs on another upset in its home state, refusing to back down against the bigger Bruins in a tight first half. But the Silverswords didn't have enough to finish this one off, so they head into the loser's bracket.