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DeMar DeRozan hits amazing contested shot to beat the Magic

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With only seconds remaining, the Raptors guard swished a stunning fade-away jumper to win the game for Toronto.

With only four seconds left, DeMar DeRozan helped the Toronto Raptors avoid their second straight night of overtime with a buzzer-beating jumper to beat the Orlando Magic, 97-95.

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It seemed like the game was destined to be Toronto's fourth overtime game in their past five games. The Raptors are no strangers to overtime, having faced it six times this season already. They built a double-digit lead on the shoulders of Amir Johnson, who had a strong performance. The Magic would outscore the Raptors by seven in the final quarter with 10 points from J.J. Redick to claw back into the game. E`Twaun Moore tied it for Orlando with 20 seconds remaining, grabbing an offensive rebound and hitting a short jumper.

But the night would belong to DeRozan, who had 14 points in the fourth quarter alone. He scored the team's final six points including the stunning last-second jumper. Double-teamed by Arron Afflalo and Glen Davis, DeRozan scrambled towards the left sideline. Fading away from just inside the three-point line to create space, he launched a rainbow jump shot over both defenders.

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It went through the roof, rode Space Mountain at Disney World, shot every alien on the Men In Black ride at Universal Studios and came back to the arena to drop into the bucket, winning the game.

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