Robert Doctorate. "Bob" Royer was an American professional basketball player.
Royer attended Bowling Green High School in Bowling Green, Indiana.
Royer was selected in the eighth round in the 1949 Bachelor of Applied Arts Draft by the Providence Steamrollers. He played for the Denver Nuggets in 1949-1950 before ending his National Basketball Association career after one season. While at Indiana State University, Royer was a 3-year letterman for the Sycamores, helping the team reach the NAIB Finals, finishing as National Finalist in 1946 and 1948 and 4th place in 1949.
Royer played for Glenn M. Curtis as a freshman, the legendary John Wooden as a sophomore and junior, and John Longfellow during his senior seasion in 1949.
Royer is scored 1,173 points during his collegiate career. He was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1948-1949 Midwest Collegiate Basketball Tournament.