Rose OT basket gives Bulls victory, ends Warriors streak
OAKLAND, California (AP) — Chicago’s Derrick Rose hit a step-back jumper with 7 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Bulls a thrilling 113-111 win against Golden State on Tuesday, ending the Warriors’ franchise-record 19-game home winning streak.
The Bulls maintained a 3-1/2 game lead atop the Central Division, while two other divisional leaders — Memphis and Toronto — had more comfortable victories.
Rose dribbled to his left and created space to get the shot off over Klay Thompson, skipping around the court in delight after the Warriors called timeout. Rose finished with 30 points, and his final basket overshadowed a night when he committed a career-worst 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 Oracle Arena in more than two months.
The Warriors had forced overtime on Draymond Green’s tying tip-in with 1.4 seconds left in regulation.
Dallas suffered a third-straight defeat for the first time this season, beaten 109-90 by Memphis.
Zach Randolph had 22 points and 10 rebounds, while Marc Gasol added 15 points and a game-high six assists for the Grizzlies, who won have won eight of nine to move two games clear atop the Southwest Division.
Chandler Parsons and Monta Ellis scored 19 apiece to lead the Mavericks, who failed for the third time to get coach Rick Carlisle his 600th career victory.
Toronto set a new franchise record for wins before the All-Star break, notching their 30th victory with a 104-91 win at Indiana.
DeMar DeRozan scored 24 points and Kyle Lowry added 19 for the Raptors, who pushed their giant lead in the Atlantic Division to 11-1/2 games.
Rodney Stuckey scored 22 points for the Pacers, who have lost eight of nine.
Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving matched his season high with 38 points as the Cavaliers won their seventh straight, beating Detroit 103-95.
Milwaukee had seven players reach double figures in points as the Bucks won 109-102 at Miami.
Washington came from 19 points behind to win 98-92 at the Los Angeles Lakers, sending the hosts to their ninth consecutive loss.