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K.C. Johnson
Reporter, Specialist
My Role

I cover the Chicago Bulls.
My Biography

An Evanston native, I joined the Tribune's high school sports coverage in 1990 after playing Division III basketball at Beloit College. I covered the Bulls' second three-peat from 1996-98 for both the Chicago Tribune and www.chicagotribune.com. After two seasons covering the Blackhawks and NHL, I've been back on the Bulls full-time since 2000, save for a one-season detour covering the Bears in 2005.
My Interests

Family. Friends. Music. Reading. Exercise.
My Recent Articles

Eleven years after messy breakup with Lakers, Kobe and Shaq make up on podcast 8/30/2015
More than a decade after a feud between Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal led to the breakup of one of the NBA's most dynamic duos, the two shared stories about their bickering Lakers days and why it all fell apart.

Once again, Derrick Rose uncomfortable under intense scrutiny 8/30/2015
On April 28, 2012, Derrick Rose stood as the NBA's reigning most valuable player, the youngest in league history, leading his top-seeded Bulls to a matinee victory over the 76ers in the opening game of the playoffs.

Sky clinches playoff spot with 98-96 win over Atlanta 8/30/2015
Cappie Pondexter scored 22 points and the Sky beat the Atlanta Dream 98-96 on Saturday night.

Michael Jordan's image not as sacred as he wants all to believe 8/29/2015
The town was Weimar, part of the old East Germany, the town of Liszt and Goethe and, to my great surprise, Michael Jordan too. I turned a corner and there was Jordan, life size, on the other side of a store window.

Miami home of LeBron James sells for $13.4 million 8/28/2015
NBA superstar LeBron James sold his Miami home for $13.4 million on Aug. 25, according to the Multiple Listing Service of Miami. Tomi Rose, who spearheads the sports and entertainment division at Opulence International Realty in Miami, is the real estate agent who sold the house. Built in 2010,...