Quad City Riverhawks
|Based in||Moline, Illinois|
|Arena||Wharton Field House|
|Colors||Red and black|
|Head coach||Acie Earl|
|Division titles||1: 2008 (PBL West-regular season)|
Finishing second place in the White Central division with a 24-9 record, the 'Hawks earned the #9 seed in the ABA Playoffs, defeating their brother franchise, the Sauk Valley Rollers in the first round by a score of 100-86, and then scoring a forfeit win over Central division champion Minnesota Ripknees (who had decided not to play in the playoffs due to a monetary dispute). The 'Hawks would lose to eventual ABA runner-up Texas Tycoons in the quarterfinals by a score of 125-123.
The Riverhawks changed venues to the Wharton Field House in Moline, Illinois (former home to the NBA's Tri-Cities Blackhawks and later the CBA's Quad City Thunder), and changed their affiliation to the Premier Basketball League along with their brother franchise, the Rock River Fury. They had a successful season on the court, winning the regular season PBL West title.
Due to venue issues, the Riverhawks elected to take the 2008-2009 PBL season off.
- Page, Eric (2007-08-27). "Riverhawks ditch ABA for new league". Quad-City Times. Retrieved 2008-09-13.
- "Quad City Riverhawks To Sit Out 2009 Season". Our Sports Central. 2008-09-05. Retrieved 2008-09-13.
|East Division||Buffalo 716ers||Erie Hurricane||Fayetteville Shipmen||Lynchburg Titans||Pee Dee Vipers||Rochester Razorsharks||West Virginia Angels|
|Midwest Division||Bloomington Flex||Chicago Tide||Indianapolis Diesels||Lake Michigan Admirals||Louisiana Soul||Lima Express|
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