CLEVELAND -- With his team in trouble, DeMar DeRozan flashed his All-Star form at the finish. DeRozan scored 16 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter, and the Toronto Raptors won for the sixth time in seven games with a 99-93 victory over the injury-riddled Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night. "DeMar was huge down the stretch," Toronto coach Dwane Casey said. "He made shots, he made plays, he made some free throws." DeRozan also made a key defensive play with the Raptors leading 94-91 and 32 seconds remaining. He stole a pass from Spencer Hawes by knocking Tyler Zeller to the floor and then made two free throws for a five-point lead. "I dont have too many of those left in me," DeRozan said of the hard hit. "I kind of anticipated that." Terrence Ross hit a 3-pointer with 3:02 remaining to put Toronto ahead 90-89. DeRozan dunked on a baseline drive and added two free throws to give the Raptors a 94-91 lead with 1:23 remaining. Kyrie Irving, who played 45 minutes and the entire second half because of Clevelands depleted roster, scored 25 points and had nine assists. Cleveland has lost three straight after winning six in a row and fell 5 1/2 games out of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Irving had no problem with coach Mike Browns decision to leave him in the game. "I told Coach Im willing to do whatever it takes for us to get a win," Irving said after playing a career high in a 48-minute game. The Cavaliers again played without centre Anderson Varejao (sore back) and guards Dion Waiters (hyperextended left knee) and C.J. Miles (sprained left ankle). Ross scored 19 points while Greivis Vasquez added 15 for the Raptors, who beat the Cavaliers 98-91 in Toronto on Friday and have won three in a row. Toronto leads the Atlantic Division and is in third place in the Eastern Conference. Hawes, making his first start for Cleveland since being acquired from Philadelphia last week, scored 15 points. Cleveland took its last lead at 89-87 with 3:11 to play on Zellers two free throws, but Ross 3-pointer put Toronto ahead for good. Irving, the MVP of the All-Star game, was called for charging into Kyle Lowry in the final minute. The call was upheld after officials viewed a replay. Irving was bumped on his way to the basket on Clevelands next possession but no call was made. "Its part of the game," he said of the officiating. "The refs are going to make their call. Thats their job. You move on to the next play and the next game. Im going to pick myself up and get ready for Oklahoma City (Wednesday night)." The Raptors went on a 15-0 run over a span of 6:46 in the first and second quarters to take a 14-point lead, but Casey was displeased his team let the Cavaliers get back in the game. "Were nowhere near where we can walk in a game and expect to win," he said. "All of our games are grind it out. Were going to see everyones best haymaker. They threw their best haymaker at us, they played desperate. Give credit to them." The early offensive struggles were a major reason Brown didnt take Irving out in the second half. "When I pulled him in the first half we had a little trouble scoring," Brown said. "I thought he was in a little bit of a groove. Hes our best player so I wanted to leave him on the floor and see if he could help the second unit generate some easy baskets." Toronto had a five-point possession in the second quarter that began when Vasquez hit a 3-pointer. Hawes was called for a foul when he and Tyler Hansbrough went to the floor. Hawes was then given a technical for arguing the call, and DeRozan and Hansbrough each made a free throw. Hansbrough completed another three-point play after DeRozans basket. Jarrett Jack was called for a foul after Hansbrough was knocked to the floor. Jack was also hit with a technical. 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A sea of orange and carnival atmosphere greeted the players at the Amsterdam Arena as a rampant Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder and Robin van Persie gave their supporters a perfect send-off. Robin van Persie celebrates with teammate Ibrahim Afellay during the Netherlands 6-0 win over Northern Ireland in a 2012 friendly Who would have thought that in 2016 it would be Northern Ireland competing on Europes biggest stage with the Dutch nowhere in sight? As ONeills side prepare to play on home soil for the final time before a historic first European Championships, four players in particular may get more of an ovation that most. Roy Carroll (38), Gareth McAuley (36), Chris Baird (34), and Aaron Hughes (36) may decide that Euro 2016 is the perfect way to bring down the curtain on their international careers, and while none of them have publicly revealed if that is the case, McAuley has suggested he will speak to ONeill after the tournament. Should Friday be the night Windsor Park witnesses them in a Northern Ireland shirt for the last time, all four can bow out of Belfast knowing they played key roles in qualifying.Carroll, who was brought back into the international set-up by ONeill after a six-year hiatus, saved a penalty at home to the Faroe Islands at a time the visitors were threatening to get back into the game. Roy Carroll returned to the Noorthern Ireland set-up after a six-year hiatus In Budapest, after playing Romania on a Friday night, he played for Notts County at Coventry 18 hours later.dddddddddddd He goes into Euro 2016 as a newly-signed Linfield player so wont be giving up on Windsor completely.West Brom defender McAuley won his 50th cap during qualifying. He scored vital goals and was an integral part of the defence. Having recently signed a contract extension to stay at the Hawthorns, he may see Euro 2016 as the perfect way to end his international career - and what a loss he will be.If Hughes plays against Belarus he will win his 99th cap and could reach 100 in Slovakia. Hughes is Northern Irelands most capped outfield player. Only Pat Jennings has played more. Aaron Hughes (L) holds off Pall Klettskard off the Faroe Islands during a Euro 2016 qualifier He retired from international football in 2011 but ONeill talked him round. The former Newcastle and Fulham centre-back was an influential figure in the early part of the campaign when NI won their first three games.Baird was a revelation in the qualifying campaign, providing excellent cover in front of the back four. His passion for the shirt has been evident over the years and at 34, he may yet feel he has one more campaign in him. 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