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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

Finding playoff-caliber quarterbacks much harder than it looks 1/31/2015
PHOENIX — The discovery of Russell Wilson, a third-round pick of the Seahawks in 2012 who shed the label of "game manager" about as quickly as his feet move running the zone read with Marshawn Lynch, set an example for what roughly half of the NFL seeks on an annual basis.

Patrick Kane continues scoring rampage with 2 goals in 4-1 victory 1/31/2015
ANAHEIM, Calif. — It has reached the point where every time Patrick Kane touches the puck, collective breaths are held in anticipation of witnessing something special.

In NFL address, Roger Goodell did little to lift his sagging image 1/31/2015
PHOENIX — On the front page of Friday's Arizona Republic, a photo of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell showed Goodell in a shirt and slacks teaching proper tackling technique at a youth football skills clinic.

Stan Mikita: An appreciation 1/31/2015
What a lousy week for Chicago sports heroes.

Brian Urlacher explains his beef with former Bears GM Phil Emery 1/31/2015
Brian Urlacher's dislike of Phil Emery is no secret. The former Bears star linebacker didn't appreciate how Emery, then the general manager, handled his contract negotiation after the 2012 season.