MILWAUKEE — At this point, those "M-V-P!" chants even follow Derrick Rose when he and the Chicago Bulls go on the road.

MILWAUKEE — At this point, those "M-V-P!" chants even follow Derrick Rose when he and the Chicago Bulls go on the road.

The way Rose stole a game from the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday certainly made him seem worthy.

Rose orchestrated a stunning 12-0 run by Chicago in the final three minutes, rallying the Bulls for a 95-87 victory.

"The worst thing you can do is give me confidence no matter what I'm doing," Rose said. "If I get any type of confidence, it's going to be hard to stop me."

A large, loud contingent of traveling Bulls fans made Rose feel at home, chanting "M-V-P!" as the final seconds ran out — just as they did throughout the game.

Rose finished with 30 points and a career-high 17 assists. And while the way he took over the game at the end was jaw-dropping, his passing was just as impressive.

"It was an up-tempo-type game," Rose said. "I was trying to make the right pass, put a lot of pressure on them and it was rolling for us."

With Chicago trailing 87-83 after four straight free throws by Carlos Delfino, Rose hit a pair of free throws and then fed Joakim Noah for a fast-break dunk to tie it.

With the Bucks bobbling the ball on offense, Rose hit three straight shots in the final two minutes, then handed off to Ronnie Brewer for a game-clinching fast-break layup.

"He's done it all year and he's got to continue to do it," Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said. "The thing I really respect about him is he's never satisfied. He'll keep driving. The important thing for him is to win. He's not concerned about what he's doing individually. It's how the team is doing."

Michael Redd was back in uniform for the Bucks for the first time since sustaining a severe knee injury last January, but did not play.

Hawks 98, Nets 87

At Atlanta, the Hawks took control with 19 straight points early in the game and clinched a playoff spot by beating the New Jersey Nets.

Al Horford had 23 points and 12 rebounds for Atlanta, including six straight points late in the game to fend off a comeback attempt by New Jersey. Josh Smith added 22 points for the Hawks, who are in the playoffs for the fourth straight season.

Bobcats 114, Knicks 106

At Charlotte, N.C., Boris Diaw scored 20 points, Stephen Jackson added 19 despite a sore hamstring, and the Charlotte Bobcats provided more misery for the slumping New York Knicks with a victory to complete an impressive two-day stretch.

A night after a stunning comeback win in Boston, the Bobcats sent the Knicks to their sixth straight loss despite 36 points from Carmelo Anthony to remain in contention for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

Pistons 100, Pacers 88

At Auburn Hills, Mich., Richard Hamilton scored 23 points, and the Detroit Pistons held off the Indiana Pacers.

The Pistons went on a 21-3 run during the third quarter to take an 18-point lead. But, the Pacers, who are fighting for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, cut the lead to six during a run in the fourth quarter.

Mavericks 94, Jazz 77

At Salt Lake City, Reserve Jason Terry scored five of his 22 points in a 13-0 fourth-quarter run to lead the Dallas Mavericks to a 94-77 victory Saturday night over Utah and hand the slumping Jazz their fifth straight loss.

The win gave the Mavs their first series sweep of the Jazz since the 2004-2005 season.

Clippers 94, Raptors 90

At Los Angeles, Blake Griffin had 22 points and 16 rebounds, Chris Kaman added 17 points and 12 boards, and the Los Angeles Clippers handed the Toronto Raptors their fourth straight loss.

The Clippers had lost their previous five meetings with the Raptors by an average of 17.4 points. Eric Gordon, who missed his first 11 shots in Friday's 112-104 loss to the Lakers, had 17 points after getting into early foul trouble, and Mo Williams finished with just nine points after scoring a season-high 30 against the two-time defending champions.