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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

NFL draft drew 200,000, but will league punt on Chicago as 2016 host? 5/4/2015
The three-day NFL draft and its related fan activities drew 200,000 people, drawing praise from league and city officials even as questions arise about whether the event will return to Chicago next year.

White Sox players take blame for poor start 5/4/2015
MINNEAPOLIS — The public blame game for an unexpectedly ugly 8-14 White Sox start has mostly focused on manager Robin Ventura.

For Cubs to contend this year, Kris Bryant must flip power switch 5/3/2015
Aramis Ramirez says the Cubs are no longer a "Cinderella" in the National League Central, meaning no one should be surprised at their early success.

Bears invest in offensive coordinator Adam Gase with top draft pick 5/3/2015
Now that Ryan Pace's first draft as general manager is complete, here are four thoughts on what the Bears accomplished and what's ahead.

Ryan Pace begins building solid foundation with first Bears draft 5/3/2015
The first draft class under new general manager Ryan Pace gave us a look into the team building process at Halas Hall with the Bears targeting players who bring major upside, scheme flexibility and competition to head coach John Fox's evolving roster.