Not what I said, I said a lot of guys have been "the highest ranked since..." that means the highest ranked player since the previous best player. For example, highest ranked since Magic, highest ranked since MJ, etc., etc. Point is, a lot of guys have come in very highly ranked and have not lived up to expectations. Being the highest ranked player since Lebron is certainly something for Sixers fans to be excited about, but it is also no guarantee of success. Overall, Saric hasn't been that good. He has averaged 12.8 points on 41.1% shooting. That's not good by any measure. Overall, Ingram wasn't any better. However, towards the end of the season, each of them figured some things out and started playing much better. Hopefully, both can continue the trend next season. As of right now, I'd rather have Ingram because he has actually played a full NBA season. Assuming Simmons gets past his injury and actually starts playing games, my opinion may very well change. But for right now, give the guy who has shown he can make it through a season over the guy who hasn't played. Both teams, imo, have bright futures. As of right now, I like the Lakers future a little better because, as I mentioned, their top players have actually been playing. If Embiid and Simmons can return from their injuries and start living up to their potential, that could very well change.