Creighton hopes this week's trip to Las Vegas ends the same way as its last one.
The 14th-ranked Bluejays, who won a tournament in Nevada four years ago, open play in the Las Vegas Invitational against Wisconsin on Friday night.
Creighton (4-0) has won all of its games at home without much drama. It's averaging 85.0 points and its closest margin of victory has been 17.
"We accomplished what we wanted to accomplish with this four-game homestand,'' coach Greg McDermott said after Tuesday's 105-57 victory over Longwood. "And now it's going to get a little tougher this weekend.''
After facing Wisconsin (3-1), the Bluejays, who won the Las Vegas Classic when they last played there in 2008, will get either Arkansas or Arizona State on Saturday.
Creighton is one of the nation's top shooting teams at 57.0 percent - including 40.5 percent from beyond the arc. Four players scored in double figures in the win over Longwood, with Doug McDermott and Gregory Echenique scoring 17 apiece.