San Diego (6-5) shot 53 percent from the floor and went 9 of 20 (45 percent) from beyond the arc. Thomas Jacobs was 5 of 7 for 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Chris Anderson had nine points and six assists. The Toreros outrebounded New Orleans 38-24.
New Orleans (2-4) was paced by Kevin Hill's 17 points and seven boards. The Privateers were just 2 of 10 on 3-pointers.
The Toreros led by three in the first half before 3-pointers by Dee, Anderson and Cameron Neubauer stretched the advantage to 13 and San Diego led at intermission 48-35.
New Orleans managed just two points in the first 5:25 of the second half and never mounted a threat.