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.