LAS VEGAS, July 17 Ė Jamont Gordonís layup with 0.6 seconds left gave the Philadelphia 76ers an 87-85 victory over the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Summer League Presented by EA Sports at COX Pavilion.

Philadelphia held an eight-point lead in the third quarter, but Toronto rallied in the final period behind John Lucas, whose consecutive buckets tied the game at 72. Two free throws by Lucas gave the Raptors an 84-79 lead with 51 seconds to play before the 76ers closed with an 8-1 burst. Thaddeus Young had two foul shots and a basket around a hoop by Jason Smith to tie the game.

An apparent go-ahead basket by Jaycee Carroll was erased by an offensive foul, and the 76ers ran a nice out-of-bounds play that resulted in Gordon's game-winning reverse layup with an assist by rookie Marreese Speights.

Philadelphia had balanced scoring with five players in double digits, led by Youngís 21 points. Speights had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Smith had 12 and 12.

Speights scored 10 points in the second quarter, helping Philadelphia take a 45-39 lead into the locker room. Toronto big man C.J. Giles had a solid half with nine points and 10 rebounds as he kept his squad in striking distance.

The Raptors were led by Joey Grahamís 17 points.

The 76ers finished the Summer League with a 3-2 record. The Raptors meet the Lakers in Fridayís first game inside the Thomas & Mack Center.