Bulls Star, Broadcaster Van Lier Dies

Feb 27, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Former Bulls star and broadcaster “Stormin’ Norman” Van Lier died Thursday moring, the Chicago Tribune reports. When Van Lier, 61, didn’t show up for work Wednesday, Comcast SportsNet staffers suspected something was wrong because he never missed a day of work, the paper says. The team suffered a second loss a former coach Johnny “Red” Kerr, known as the voice of the Bulls as a broadcaster, died at his home at 76 Thursday after a long battle with prostate cancer, the Tribune says.
—Jon Lafayette


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