Found May 30, 2013 on RealGM:
R.C. Buford has no plans on leaving the San Antonio Spurs. “I’m exactly where I’m going to be,” Buford said. “I have no idea what kind of a list anybody has, but I’m exactly where I want to be.” Buford has been mentioned as a target for the Sacramento Kings to run their basketball operations. “I don’t even pay attention to it,” Buford said. “There’s no reason for anybody to be a distraction to what this (Spurs) team has accomplished.”
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