Bill Wennington played in the NBA for 13 years, including six seasons with the Bulls. After joining the team in 1993, following a two-year stint in Italy, he played a key role in the Bulls' second three-peat from 1996-1998. Following his playing career. Wennington parlayed his media-friendly demeanor into broadcasting, first as a sideline reporter at Bulls games and then in his current role as radio color commentator for all Bulls games. He also serves as the coordinator of the Bulls' player development program. Wennington is in the Quebec Basketball Hall of Fame and the St. John's University Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Anne, have one son, Robby.
Kent McDill has been a sportswriter since 1978, working in Chicago and Indianapolis for United Press International before joining the Daily Herald in Arlington Heights. Illinois, to work as the Chicago Bulls beat writer. From 1988 to 1999 he traveled with the Bulls on a daily basis and ended up being the only beat writer to cover all six Bulls championship teams. McDill and his wife have four children.