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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

Bulls set to begin last leg of exciting journey 4/18/2014
What started inauspiciously for Bulls and Wizards in tiny gym in Brazil, will end for 1 of them in first round of NBA playoffs In October, as youth futebol matches on grass fields and tennis matches on clay courts hummed along outside, the Bulls and Wizards practiced inside Rio de Janeiro's Ginasio Helio Mauricio.

Bulls' Jimmy Butler ready for heavy workload in playoffs 4/18/2014
He finishes regular season just shy of Anthony in minutes per game With a closing workload of 47 minutes, 55 seconds, the Bulls' Jimmy Butler — aka the new Luol Deng — finished a shade behind the Knicks' Carmelo Anthony for the NBA lead in minutes per game. Anthony averaged 38.73 and Butler 38.67.

Sky's Fowles out after hip surgery 4/17/2014
The Sky have suffered what could be a significant blow to their hopes of repeating as Eastern Conference champions.

Carmelo Anthony: 'I want to win' 4/17/2014
ESPN.com reports: Carmelo Anthony said Thursday he needs assurances that Knicks president Phil Jackson can build a winner before he decides whether to stay or leave via free agency.

Rejuvenated Wade hungers for victory entering postseason 4/17/2014
Heat guard has not been on the court during a win in over a month, but believes the recent time off leaves him in a better place than he was entering the 2013 postseason. To say Sunday's playoff opener against the Charlotte Bobcats at AmericanAirlines Arena could be a breakthrough stands as the height of hyperbole. The Miami Heat, after all, have won the past 16 meetings.