CHICAGO, Dec. 31 (Ticker) -- All-Star Shawn Marion was too much for the Chicago Bulls to handle.

Marion scored eight of his 28 points in overtime and grabbed 16 rebounds for his 20th double-double of the season as the Phoenix Suns rallied for their fourth straight win, posting a 107-98 victory over the Bulls.

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"If I get a chance with the game on the line I want the ball," said Marion, who made 13-of-22 shots. "Then it's just a matter of can you make something happen when you get it. My teammates found me in the OT and I was able to finish it."

Raja Bell scored 19 points and Steve Nash added 14 points and 10 assists for the Suns, who have won 16 of their last 21 contests.

"It was good that we found Shawn for some big dunks," Phoenix coach Mike D'Antoni said. "He got some big boards for us at key times during the game. I'm just proud of all our guys, they just want one win after another."

Eddie House's 3-pointer with 1:42 remaining in the extra period capped off a 9-2 spurt as Phoenix opened a 101-94 lead. The Suns outscored Chicago in overtime, 15-6.

"In overtime we just took over," said House, who finished with 11 points. "Shawn was playing well all game. I was able to get him two assists in the overtime and hit a couple shots myself."

Darius Songaila split a pair of free throws with 18 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to give the Bulls a 92-90 lead. But Nash found Marion under the rim for an easy layup, tying the game with six seconds left.

"We put together a pretty good 48 minutes," said Songaila, who had a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. "Then I didn't convert at the end and we didn't get one stop there and the game got to OT."

The Bulls had a chance to win the game in regulation but Ben Gordon missed a jumper over the outstretched hand of Marion at the buzzer.

Chicago held a 75-69 lead at the start of the fourth quarter but Phoenix chipped away. Marion's offensive rebound and basket pulled the Suns within 88-86 with 2:40 left.

"That was a crazy time," Marion said. "It seemed like we were just trading baskets and we weren't going to be able to catch up. Then in the end we did what we needed to do to win."

The Suns struggled from the arc, making just 5-of-23 shots but forced 18 turnovers.

Kirk Hinrich scored 25 points and Luol Deng collected 16 and 14 rebounds for the Bulls, who lost their sixth in a row. Chicago shot 43 percent (41-of-95) from the field.

"It stinks (the six-game slide), that's for sure," said Hinrich, who made 11-of-24 shots from the floor. "Tonight we played well enough to break out of it; it just didn't happen."