The Glen Ellyn Public Library will host NBA.com writer and former Chicago Bulls beat reporter Kent McDill at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 14 as he reads from his new book, 100 Things Bulls Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die.
McDill will reveal special stories and experiences about some of the most important moments in Chicago Bulls history including: Michael Jordan’s entire career, the origin of the starting line-up introductions, the 1990s dynasty teams, the record breaking 72-win season, and the broadcasting career of Johnny “Red” Kerr. McDill will also share discuss Bulls favorites including: Phil Jackson, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Bob Love, and Derrick Rose.
Kent McDill has worked as a reporter for over 30 years. In 1988, the Daily Herald hired McDill as their Bulls beat reporter. McDill traveled with the team from 1988 to 1999, and was the only beat writer to cover all six of the Bulls championship teams. In 2009, McDill began covering the Bulls for NBA.com
Copies of McDill’s book will be available for sale.
You can register for Kent McDill’s event by clicking here.