After rough night, Derrick Rose's shot lifts Bulls past Warriors in OT

After rough night, Derrick Rose's shot lifts Bulls past Warriors in OT
Chicago's Derrick Rose puts up the game-winning shot over Golden State's Klay Thompson in overtime to give the Bulls a 113-111 win and end the Warriors' 19-game home win streak. (Ezra Shaw / Getty Images)

Derrick Rose hit a step-back jumper with seven seconds remaining in overtime, and the Chicago Bulls ended Golden State's franchise-record 19-game home winning streak with a thrilling 113-111 victory over the Warriors on Tuesday.

Rose dribbled to his left and created space to get the shot off over Klay Thompson, skipping around the court after the Warriors called timeout. Rose finished with 30 points, and his final basket overshadowed a night in which he committed a career-high 11 turnovers and made just 13 of 33 shots.

Thompson misfired on a running bank shot as time expired to finish off Golden State's first loss at rowdy Oracle Arena in more than two months.

The Warriors forced overtime on Draymond Green's tying tip-in with 1.4 seconds left. But they couldn't do enough to slow down a rejuvenated Rose and Chicago's front line with center Andrew Bogut out with flu-like symptoms.

Pau Gasol had 18 points and 16 rebounds, and Joakim Noah had 18 points and 15 rebounds as the Bulls pounded the Warriors down low.

Thompson had 30 points and 10 rebounds, and David Lee scored a season-high 24 points for the NBA-leading Warriors.

Cleveland 103, at Detroit 95: Kyrie Irving matched his season high with 38 points and LeBron James added 32 to lift the Cavaliers to their seventh straight victory. James fell to the floor near the basket during the final seconds of the third quarter and got up grimacing, apparently concerned about at least one of his wrists. He went to the bench, but only briefly.

Toronto 104, at Indiana 91: The Raptors overcame a sluggish first quarter to pick up their third straight win. The victory also gave Toronto a franchise record for most wins before the All-Star break. It was the Pacers' eighth loss in nine games.

Milwaukee 109, at Miami 102: Seven Bucks players scored in double figures as they beat the Heat for the third time in as many meetings this season. Milwaukee's bench outscored Miami's, 44-13. The Heat lost Dwyane Wade in the third quarter with what the team said was a strained hamstring.

Memphis 109, at Dallas 90: Zach Randolph had 22 points and 10 rebounds as the Grizzlies handed the Mavericks their first three-game losing streak of the season. Marc Gasol added 15 points and a game-high six assists for the Grizzlies, who won their fourth straight and eighth in their last nine games.

Washington 98, at Lakers 92