"Ryan Robertson" is an American former professional basketball player who was selected by the Sacramento Kings in the 2nd round (45th pick) of the 1999 NBA Draft. He played college basketball at Kansas University under coach Roy Williams (coach)/Roy Williams. He scored a career high 31 points in a second round loss to University of Kentucky/Kentucky in the 1999 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament/1999 NCAA Tournament.

Robertson also played varsity basketball for four years at St. Charles West High School from 1991-1995. During his tenure at St. Charles West the basketball team made it to the final four in the Missouri State Championship for the first time. Robertson led the team to the State Championship in 1995.

He played one game for the Sacramento Kings during the 1999-2000 NBA season, scoring five points. He later played professionally for the American Basketball Association team Kansas City Knights during the 2000-2001 season. After one season with the Kansas City minor league team, he then moved to Europe to play in the Netherlands for EiffelTowers/EiffelTowers Nijmegen during the 2001-04 seasons. He finished his professional career playing for Panellinios B.C. (Greece) and Cholet Basket (France) during the 2004-05 season.

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Most everybody expects they're going to hand it to us. We're going to play like us, no matter who we play.

Some breaks went our way, and we know how tough (the Jacks) are. Three years ago, they kicked us, physically, in the semifinals. And two years ago, they kicked us in this gym to end our season.

It was going to have to be somebody who stepped us for us to win this game, and Maxwell kept his composure well. He stepped up and that was a big factor.

You use it as a measuring stick. This is where they are, and it's where we want to be.

We pounded it inside. That isn't something we do real well, but we did it better than usual tonight.

They've been nationally prominent, but we can't worry about that. We just have to focus on us.

It seems like the bigger the game, the better he plays. He really played well for us.

We didn't get them out of anything they wanted to do. And they got us out of whatever we wanted to do.