PORTLAND, Maine — The Maine Red Claws overcame an 11-point deficit to defeat the Delaware 87ers 127-124 Thursday night in NBA D-League action.

The Atlantic Division champs, Maine (30-19) reached the 30-win plateau for the second straight season.

The Red Claws were led by Levi Randolph with 24 points and 10 rebounds, while Coty Clarke added 22 and 12 boards. James Young, on assignment from the Boston Celtics, scored 23 points off the bench, Marcus Thornton added 18 points, and Corey Walden scored 12 points and dished out 8 assists.

The game started out in back-and-forth fashion. Randolph paced the Red Claws early with 11 points in the first quarter. Clarke continued his strong offensive play, scoring and getting to the free throw line with frequency. At the end of a high-scoring first quarter, the Claws led 39-36.

Delaware continued to put the pressure on in the second quarter. The Red Claws took a 57-56 lead on a Coron Williams three-pointer. Delaware answered with a quick 8-0 run, with Rodney Carney leading the charge. Carney made four three-pointers in the first half.

Clarke buried a triple late in the period to even the score once again, and back-to-back three’s gave the Claws an advantage, but Delaware closed the quarter on a run, outscoring Maine 35-28 and taking a 71-67 lead into the break.

In the third, Ty Greene continued his strong offensive play, giving the Sevens a seven-point lead. Marcus Thornton answered with a three-pointer, but Delaware extended to a 10-point advantage at 81-71. Delaware led by as many as 11 in the quarter, but Maine responded late with a long three by Young and a put back by Walden. Delaware led 101-97 after three.

Maine tied the game at 105 on a Randolph floater – then took the lead with a Clarke three-pointer. Baron Davis answered with a three of his own to put Delaware up 110-108.

Clarke, Young and Randolph continued to pace the Claws down the stretch, extending Maine to a six point lead, and then Young buried a three to put Maine up 125-118.

Carney and Greene hit back-to-back threes to cut it to one with a minute left. Delaware had a chance to take the lead, but Clarke grabbed a crucial rebound to secure possession. Walden hit two critical free throws, and Greene’s three-pointer to tie it at the buzzer clanged off the iron.