NBA: Rose proves a thorn to Golden State whose home winning streak is ended by Bulls

Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose (2nd left) goes to the basket as Golden State Warriors forward David Lee (3rd left) defends during the second half of their NBA game at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, USA, on Jan 27, 2015. Derrick Rose scor
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose (2nd left) goes to the basket as Golden State Warriors forward David Lee (3rd left) defends during the second half of their NBA game at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, USA, on Jan 27, 2015. Derrick Rose scored 30 points and the Chicago Bulls outlasted Golden State 113-111 in overtime on Tuesday, snapping the Warriors' club-record home win streak at 19 games. -- PHOTO: EPA

OAKLAND (AFP) - Derrick Rose scored 30 points and the Chicago Bulls outlasted Golden State 113-111 in overtime on Tuesday, snapping the Warriors' club-record home win streak at 19 games.

The Warriors, leading the NBA in three-pointers, went 0-for-13 from beyond the arc in the second half and overtime, missing all four long-range tries in the decisive extra five minutes, when Golden State were 2-of-11 shooting from the floor.

Rose sank the winning basket with just over seven seconds remaining, sinking a long jumper with Klay Thompson's hand in his face.

"Their front-line is as long and tall as any in the NBA," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. "We really scrapped. I didn't think it was a lack of effort. It was a great game.

"We thought we had it won a couple of times but we couldn't finish it out."

Injury-nagged Rose played 43 minutes, his most in any game since 2012.

He went 13-of-33 from the field while making 11 turnovers, but battled all night on offence and defence to lift Chicago to victory.

The Bulls improved to 30-17, third in the Eastern Conference and atop the Central division, while the Warriors fell to 36-7, still the best record in the NBA.

Golden State, which slid to 21-2 at home this season, had won 13 of their prior 14 games and had been unbeaten in 14 prior starts this season against Eastern Conference rivals.