TORONTO — Levi Randolph scored with one second remaining, lifting the Maine Red Claws to a 96-95 victory over Raptors 905 at the Air Canada Centre.

The game, which started at 11 a.m., was played at the home of the NBA’s Toronto Raptors and had a large crowd with many schoolchildren.

Randolph came off the bench to lead Maine (6-4) with 21 points. Omari Johnson added 18 points, Jordan Mickey, on assignment from the Boston Celtics, scored 16 and grabbed 8 rebounds. Andre Stringer added 13 points, 10 assists and 6 rebounds.

Raptors 905 were paced by Delon Wright (23 points) and Bruno Caboclo (19 points). Ronald Roberts, Jr. added 16 points and 15 rebounds.

Down 93-90 with 1:22 to go, Mickey tipped in a shot to cut the deficit to one. After a defensive stop, Stringer connected on a baseline jumped to give Maine a 94-93 lead. After three offensive rebounds, Caboclo scored with :04.3 left to give Raptors 905 a 95-94 lead. After a timeout, Randolph took the ball and drove to the right side of the basket, banking in his winning shot.

The Red Claws play at Erie on Saturday night.