|Team history||Hammond Rollers 2006
Sauk Valley Rollers 2006-2007
Rock River Fury 2007
Rockford Fury 2007-2008
|Based in||Rockford, Illinois|
|Arena||Seaver Gymnasium, Rockford College|
|Colors||Purple, black, and gold|
|Head coach||Dave Knickelbein|
Inaugural Season - 2006-07
The team began existence as the Hammond Rollers of the ABA's current incarnation (based out of Hammond, Indiana, and playing at the Hammond Civic Center), before being sold to Tom McGinn (owner of the Quad City Riverhawks), relocated to Dixon, Illinois, and renamed the Sauk Valley Rollers.  The Rollers finished the regular season 16-16, good for third place in the White Conference, Northern Division, and earning them a #17 ranking in the ABA playoffs, before losing to their brother franchise, the Quad City Riverhawks, by a score of 100-86.
Second Season - 2007-08
End of the line
The Fury met their end in the summer of 2008 when the PBL added a rule prohibiting one owner having multiple teams in the league. The Riverhawks were maintained and the Fury folded.
- "Fury Finished". MyStateline.com. 2008-08-08. Retrieved 2010-10-12.
|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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