LOS ANGELES (AP) — Norman Powell led four players in double figures with 17 points and UCLA bounced back from an upset loss to beat Cal State Northridge 82-56 on Wednesday night.

Kyle Anderson added a career-high 15 points and Larry Drew II had a career-high 13 assists for the Bruins (5-2), who were coming off a 70-68 loss to Cal Poly last Sunday that dropped them from the Top 25. Powell lost track of the score and mistakenly committed a late foul that led to two winning free throws by the Mustangs.

The Bruins lost another player earlier Wednesday when center Joshua Smith quit the team, citing unspecified personal reasons. He joins guard Tyler Lamb, who left three days earlier over a lack of playing time. In an odd bit of timing, Smith was featured on the cover of the game program.

Smith averaged 5.2 points and 4.2 rebounds while playing 13.5 minutes a game in UCLA's six games this season. The junior started 24 of 65 games during his first two seasons, which were marked by struggles with weight and conditioning.

Travis Wear scored 14 points and Shabazz Muhammad had 13 points, nine rebounds and five of UCLA's 16 turnovers in his fourth collegiate game. Coach Ben Howland started four guards alongside forward Travis Wear to give the Bruins stronger ball handling.

Stephan Hicks scored 11 points and Landon Drew, the younger brother of Larry, added 10 points to lead Northridge (6-2), which fell to 1-7 against the Bruins in a series that began in 1992.

Northridge never threatened in the second half after trailing 38-24 at halftime. UCLA opened the second half on a 13-2 run that extended its lead to 51-26. Jordan Adams and Powell hit consecutive 3-pointers while Powell had two other baskets in the spurt.

The Bruins shot 62 percent from the floor in the second half, and they outrebounded the Matadors 47-35 and scored 24 points off Northridge's 16 turnovers. UCLA's largest lead was 28 points with 4:26 remaining.