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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.

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.

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.

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