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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

Mr. Cub takes up residence at Daley Plaza 1/28/2015
Cubs fans in dress coats and slacks paused Wednesday on their morning walks to work to pay tribute to Mr. Cub.

Dealing with the Jay Cutler options 1/28/2015
The Jay Cutler question isn't how much the Bears have invested in his contract already, it’s how soon they want to get out of the rest of it.

Derrick Rose scores 30 points in overtime victory as he builds momentum 1/28/2015
OAKLAND, Calif. — Jimmy Butler's illness forced him to miss Tuesday night's 113-111 victory in overtime against the Warriors, preventing the preferred and anticipated battle of the backcourts.

Ernie Banks statue back in Chicago, will stand in Daley Plaza through Saturday 1/28/2015
The Ernie Banks statue has been returned to Chicago from Michigan, where it was being restored, and will stand in Daley Plaza from Wednesday through Saturday to honor the Cubs Hall of Famer who died last week.

Downtown high-rise lit up for 'Mr. Cub' 1/28/2015
Of all the gestures of gratitude for late Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks, there was one Tuesday night that arguably stood taller than the rest.