The Bellevue Blackhawks are a defunct professional basketball team that played in the American Basketball Association for two seasons, from 2004-2006. The Blackhawks are based in Bellevue, Washington.
The Blackhawks play their home games at the Meydenbauer Center.
- Owner(s) - Michael Tuckman
- Head Coach(es) - Rick Turner
- Assistant Coach(es) - None
The Bellevue Blackhwaks were originally slated to play in the Continental Basketball Association in their inaugural 2004-2005 season, but after failing to secure a home court, they joined the ABA.
The Blackhawks played in the most-viewed ABA game in history, when 15,000 people went to see the Blackhawks face the Arkansas RimRockers in the ABA championships.
In their first season, the Bellevue Blackhawks went 17-10 but lost in the championships to the Arkansas RimRockers.
In their second season, financial woes doomed the team, as it was forced to cancel many road games and finished with a 1-10 season, missing the playoffs.