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            === DeRozan's buzzer-beater lifts Raptors over Magic ===
 Orlando,  FL  (Sports Network) -  DeMar DeRozan  nailed a go-ahead jumper with
 less than a minute remaining only to see the Orlando Magic answer.
 But then DeRozan came through again.
 DeRozan's  fadeaway jumper at the buzzer lifted the Toronto Raptors to a 97-95
 win over the Magic.
 "I just tried to get to my shot," DeRozan said of the shot. "Usually we run it
 going to my right, but that was the first time we ran it going to my left."
 DeRozan's  right-elbow jumper gave the Raptors a two-point edge with 37.5 left
 before  E'Twaun Moore's offensive rebound putback knotted the contest at 95-95
 with 20.9 to go.
 On the game-winner, Jose Calderon received the inbounds and passed to DeRozan,
 who  began  at the  top of the  key and  dribbled left before  letting go of a
 fadeaway  from  the left corner  over the outstretched  arms of Glen Davis and
 Aaron Afflalo.
 "They  set a  screen, we switched it.  I figured he didn't have enough time to
 pass so the shot was the play ... Both teams made good plays down the stretch.
 They just got the last one," Afflalo said of the play.
 The high-arching shot hit nothing but net.
 DeRozan  finished with  22 points and seven assists for Toronto, which has won
 two of three on the heels of a four-game skid.
 Nikola  Vucevic  had 19  points and  14 rebounds  to lead  the Magic, who have
 dropped four straight.
 The  Raptors headed into the fourth with a 77-66 lead, but an 18-6 Orlando run
 put  the  hosts in  front. Davis had  a layup and  three-point play during the
 surge,  which was  capped on  Jameer Nelson's  layup for  an 84-83  Magic edge
 midway through the fourth.
 Toronto  held a four-point cushion later in the frame, but J.J. Redick's four-
 point play tied the game at 93-93 with 53.1 ticks left.
 The  Raptors  took a 22-20 margin  after a quarter  of play and a 48-47 spread
 heading into the break.
                                   Game Notes
 Afflalo  finished  with 14  points ...  Amir Johnson tallied  21 points and 10
 boards  for Toronto ... Toronto committed just 10 turnovers ... The Magic held
 an 18-4 edge in second-chance points.
 01/25 02:42:23 ET