You have problems if you aspire to be a general manager in the NBA.
As fun as it may seem to create your personal roster via trades and signings, you also have the pressure of spending millions of dollars in search of the perfect fits to make your team competitive.
Most everyone outside of that team's fanbase doesn't have a clue what your name is, yet the pressure to sign, draft and trade players rests firmly on your shoulders.
Look at San Antonio Spurs GM R.C. Buford: He's been there for three championships and hardly anybody knows who he is outside of San Antonio.
Here, we will take a look at Buford, as well as the league's 28 other general managers, and rank them from worst to first.