FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Bobby Portis scored 16 points and added nine rebounds as Arkansas beat High Point 89-48 Saturday night.
Portis added three steals and three assists, one of the most complete performances by the freshman.
"He's been coming along," Arkansas coach Mike Anderson said of Portis, a high school McDonalds All-American. "You look back at the (last) game in Little Rock he was 5-for-5 in the first half and led us in rebounding. He gets better every game.
"I thought it was a very complete performance by our basketball team from start to finish."
The Razorbacks (10-2) opened the game on a 13-2 run and never trailed. Arkansas extended the nation's fourth longest home win streak to 22 games at Bud Walton Arena.
"I think it just shows how dominant we can be at home," Portis said. "Hopefully in conference play we can bring the same show on the road."
High Point (3-8) couldn't handle the Razorbacks' pressure defense throughout the game. Arkansas forced 25 turnovers by the Panthers, converting them into 36 points.
Ten different Razorbacks had at least one steal and Arkansas recorded a season-high 14 steals while displaying a relentless full court press. Anderson said his staff charted 37 deflections on defense.
"Even when we got out of traps we didn't complete passes," High Point coach Scott Cherry said. "It's hard to simulate the size and athleticism and the way they play the game in practice because we don't have the same kind of players.
"They are really good at what they do. It's hard to win games when you turn it over that much."
The Razorbacks took a 42-23 lead at halftime on an Alandise Harris jumper as time expired. Arkansas hit 19 of 36 shots in the second half to pull away.
Moses Kingsley scored 12 points and had nine rebounds, and Michael Qualls scored 12 points for the Razorbacks, while Coty Clarke and Anthlon Bell added 11 apiece. Devante Wallace led High Point with 13 points.
Bell hit a pair of 3-pointers and made all three free throws when he was fouled on an outside shot.
"I guess you could say it was just about getting my rhythm back," Bell said. "I feel good. I feel like I can go into the next game and do even better."
Arkansas has won six straight games since a loss to Gonzaga at the Maui Invitational last month.
Maryland point guard Melo Trimble, considered a lock to leave the program before struggling in the second half last season, has withdrawn from the NBA draft and will return for his junior season.
Louisville's Chinanu Onuaku, who recently underwent a medical procedure to correct a heart rhythm issue detected during the combine, will keep his name in the NBA draft pool.
Andrew White III will return to the Nebraska men's basketball team next season after removing his name from the NBA draft.