DDR's team won 59 games. DDR's team averages 50 wins over last 5 years with 3 completely different supporting casts.
At some point, you have to look at wins as the best "catch all" and "efficiency" stat because it is exactly that. The team's been getting everyone's best shot for last three years. Still been winning 50+ all the time.
Same goes for Paul George and Jimmy Buttler. They get praised for defense and efficiency and "showing up when it matters". In past three years George has won total of 5 playoff games and zero rounds. Butler has won total of 3 playoff games and zero rounds. Neither has won 50 games in those regular season either.
DDR in same three years, 166 regular season wins, 4 playoff rounds won, 18 playoff games won.
At some point, you have to look at wins. You just have to. Because the fact is, stats are not catching everything so there has to be some kind of baseline. Otherwise, you are just getting into hypothetical individual "in vacuum" comparisons which just end up being "i prefer this guy over this guy". You can say you prefer this guy over that guy, nothing wrong with that. But if we are comparing objectively, I think wins matter a whole lot more and contextualize the rest of it.
You don't get those wins without good depth. Nobody can deny we have better depth than Indiana. I refuse to say DeRozan had a better individual season than Oladipo based team wins.