Basketball fans love looking back at the drafts of yesteryear, laughing at teams’ mistakes, and posturing about how they knew better. You’ve probably heard someone in a barbershop confidently proclaim, “I knew that guy was going to be great” or, “I knew that guy was trash.”

It’s easy to be an armchair quarterback with hindsight.

Fans’ criticism is sometimes justified, though—teams have made some glaring mistakes over the years. In 1984, two guys went ahead of Michael Jordan. In 1996, 12 players went ahead of Kobe Bryant.

Stephen Curry fell to No. 7—behind two other point guards, Ricky Rubio and Jonny Flynn—in 2009. And, most recently, 14 teams passed on Giannis Antetokounmpo, opting instead to select players such as Michael Carter-Williams and Shabazz Muhammad.

The No. 1 pick inevitably comes under the most scrutiny. That 2013 draft is a perfect example—Anthony Bennett, seriously?

Some hoops fans have already (and understandably) wondered whether the Philadelphia 76ers made a huge mistake selecting Markelle Fultz No. 1 in last year’s draft.

Fultz has barely seen the court and drama has plagued his time in Philly; in the meantime, a bunch of less-heralded rooks have lit it up. Imagine if the Sixers had Donovan Mitchell or Jayson Tatum right now. Their future and present would be better.

But what if Philly had another shot at it? What if every team had another shot at the 2017 draft?

Which rookies would go at the top? Who would fall out of the lottery or the first round altogether?

Who would soar up the charts? Where would Fultz and Lonzo Ball—the enigmatic two top picks—go in a redraft that took place today?

These are the questions we’re here to answer—with eight months of hindsight.

Complex presents: the 2017 NBA Re-Draft.

For the sake of clarity, we’ll assume all pre-draft and draft-night pick swaps happened exactly the same way. As each team goes on the clock, they find out everything we know now. Start the countdown for Philadelphia…