Oregon's men's basketball team shot down a couple of Matthew Knight Arena records.

Anthony Mathis made nine 3-pointers as the 15th-ranked Ducks shot 70.0% from the field to blow away Boise State 106-75 in front of 7,260 Saturday night.

“We were just taking everything they gave us,” Mathis said. “Lots of guys were making shots tonight.”

Mathis led the way with 30 points on 10-for-12 shooting, including 9-for-11 on 3-pointers to set the arena record. He had another shot that was originally ruled a 3-pointer before replay showed he was inside the arc, costing him the chance to tie Tajuan Porter’s school record of 10 set in 2006.

“When you make the first one, it is a breath of fresh air,” Mathis said. “I made the first and I was good to go.”

Payton Pritchard had 19 points, seven assists and six rebounds while freshman Addison Patterson made all seven of his shots to help the Ducks go 42-for-60 from the field to break the arena record for shooting percentage. Oregon was on pace to break the school record of 71.0% before a couple of late misses.

Shakur Juiston had 16 points while leading the Ducks with nine assists.

“I love giving people the ball,” the senior grad transfer said. “If I don’t score and others around me do, I feel good.”

Chris Duarte had seven points and seven assists as the Ducks finished with 27 assists.

“I thought our ball movement was pretty good for the most part,” UO coach Dana Altman said. “Shakur had a lot of inside-outside looking for shooters and made good passes. Payton had a couple there to start the second half.”

The Ducks were down to eight players without sophomore center Francis Okoro, who was hit by a car leaving the arena earlier in the week. Altman said the tests on Okoro came back positive, but he was sore and is uncertain to be ready when the Ducks face No. 14 Memphis in Portland on Tuesday.

Freshman CJ Walker got the start in place of Okoro and had two points and two rebounds before fouling out in 10 minutes. Freshman Chandler Lawson had eight points and nine rebounds.

Mathis made five 3-pointers in the first half as Oregon took a 48-30 lead.

“Guys were looking for him,” Altman said. “I think we ran one set for him, but other than that it was in transition and guys were looking for him.”

Oregon scored 11 straight points early in the second half and stretched the margin by making 23-of-30 shots in the second half.

“That kind of distorts things from the start,” Altman said of the field-goal percentage. “Anthony had a big game and hit a lot of shots and that really gave us some separation. Other than giving up easy baskets in the last eight minutes, I thought we played really good and really hard with a lot of enthusiasm.”