Jon Brockman came alive after a slow start to score 17 points and lead Washington easily past Eastern Washington 83-50 on Saturday night in a scrimmage-like setting before a tiny crowd reduced by a blizzard at Hec Edmundson Pavillion in Seattle.
Brockman missed five of his first six shots, and the nation's leading returning rebounder had a season-low five boards. But he scored 12 points in the second half padding a rout that had started midway through the first half.
Isaiah Thomas and Justin Dentmon added 13 points each for Washington (7-3), which has won five consecutive games against lightly regarded competition.
Next up for the UW is a Tuesday outing against Lehigh, originally a night game but rescheduled for a 3 p.m. tipoff, followed by post-Christmas visits by Montana on Dec. 28 and Morgan State on Dec. 30 to end non-conference play.