The Seattle SuperHawks bring affordable, family-friendly, professional basketball and entertainment to the local community while providing our players with the opportunity to continue to develop professionally both on and off the court.
Jacqueline Yang, Team Market Owner
As a Seattle native and the first female Asian owner of a men’s professional basketball team in North America, Jacqueline is ready to bring the men’s professional basketball scene back to the greater Seattle area and showcase the immense talent of local players. An avid lifelong sports fanatic and Seattle SuperSonics fan, Jacqueline is also a strong proponent for building financial literacy in the community and advocating for more opportunities for athletes to develop professionally both within and outside of their sport. Jacqueline is a strategic business management professional in high-tech, as well as an artist, wife of Pierre Crockrell Sr., and proud mother of a daughter, and two step-children.
Pierre Crockrell Sr., Team Market Owner
Tacoma native and former professional track & field athlete, Pierre Crockrell Sr. is co-owner of the Seattle SuperHawks with wife Jacqueline Yang. A sports agent with Forum Group Sports Management, Pierre is a University of Washington and Lincoln High School alumnus.
J.R. Harris, General Manager
Long-time basketball agent and manager J.R. Harris started as a partner at Marshall Harris Sports Management in 1991 until 2008 then switching to Premier Sports International from 2008 to 2013. He has managed top-talent players such as Clifford Robinson, NBA All-Star; Doug Christie, NBA 5-time All-Defensive Team; Anthony Peeler, first round draft pick; and Yinka Dare, first round draft pick. With decades of experience in contract negotiation, marketing, and identifying NBA prospects, J.R. brings invaluable executive leadership to the Seattle SuperHawks.
Pierre Crockrell II, Assistant General Manager
Pierre is a current American College basketball player attending UC Irvine where he is finishing his Division 1 college basketball career and earning his degree in communications, following 3 years playing basketball at The University of the Pacific. Prior to that, Pierre helped lead his team Garfield High School to a state championship in 2018.