Rose sank the shot with less than a second remaining on the clock during the Timberwolves' 116-114 win on Sunday at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
The reemerging All-Star guard had the ball near half-court with less than 10 seconds remaining at the start of the sequence. He dribbled up on Suns forward Mikal Bridges.
Rose dribbled to his right before doing a double crossover. He then did a stutter-step toward the paint, forcing Bridges back on his heels. Rose then dropped back and fired up a shot from behind the elbow. Rose got all net on the attempt.
He scored 29 of his game-high 31 points in the second half of the victory.
"It all comes from my teammates," Rose told Fox Sports. "They believe in me. It was about time I hit a shot like that. I gotta get back in the rhythm of things. Like I always say, I believe in myself and I work on this all the time."
Karl-Anthony Towns chipped in 30 points and had 12 rebounds, four assists and four steals in the win. T.J. Warren led Phoenix with 21 points in the loss.
Rose and the Timberwolves battle the Suns again at 9 p.m. on Tuesday at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix. The 11-year veteran is averaging 19.3 points per game this season, his highest total since the 2011 season. Rose is also posting 4.8 assists and 2.9 rebounds per bout during his 2018-2019 campaign.