MAUI (Ticker) -- Playing for a third time in as many days did not affect Taquan Dean and No. 11 Louisville.
Dean scored 30 points as the Cardinals pulled away from Stanford, 82-67, in the fifth-place game of the Maui Invitational.
Francisco Garcia added 16 points and Larry O'Bannon 14 for Louisville (3-1), which ran past a tired Cardinal squad in the second half for its second straight win since losing to Iowa here on Monday, 76-71.
Louisville held just a 54-52 lead midway through the second half before Dean made a layup and a 3-pointer to trigger a 14-4 run. O'Bannon capped the burst with a 3-pointer that made it 70-58 with 5 1/2 minutes left.
Dean made 4-of-9 3-pointers and O'Bannon 4-of-6 for the Cardinals, who connected on 11-of-20 attempts from the arc. Stanford made only 3-of-10 3-pointers.
Rob Little scored a career-high 19 points and Matt Haryasz 18 for Stanford (2-2), which lost in the opening round of the tournament to Tennessee, 69-57.
It was the first meeting between the teams.
Stanford quickly fell behind, 9-2, but countered with a 13-0 run, grabbing its biggest lead, 15-9, on a layup by Dan Grunfeld with just over eight minutes into the contest. Louisville reclaimed the lead, 25-23, on a 3-pointer by Juan Palacios with 6:16 left in the half and took a 36-34 edge into the break.
Louisville took the lead for good, 46-44, on a dunk by Otis George with 14:48 remaining.