As LA celebrates a major Super Bowl win, Bayless is using it as an opportunity to call out Davis who is attempting to help his team struggle into the postseason.
The real AD in LA belongs to the Rams, not the Lakers.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) February 15, 2022
On Monday, Bayless tweeted, “The real AD in LA belongs to the Rams, not the Lakers,” suggesting that Aaron Donald, a defensive hero for the Rams, is the true champion in Los Angeles, not Davis.
This is another example of Bayless attacking the Lakers at every possible turn, but does it make a whole lot of sense?
A Ring For Each AD
Bayless is known for his brash personality and outlandish, controversial opinions.
And he nearly always has opinions about the Lakers and its star players, including Davis and LeBron James.
There is no doubt that Donald deserves a lot of praise for his incredible Super Bowl performance.
Yet, saying that he is the “real AD” is a bit odd considering Davis of the Lakers has already secured a championship win too.
Davis and the Lakers won the NBA Finals just two years ago.
Bayless is seemingly discounting that win when he says that Donald is the “real AD.”
It’s not the first time that Bayless has minimized Davis’ Finals victory: he has been on record stating that he doesn’t consider the LA Finals win a true championship because it was achieving in the Orlando bubble at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fans of Los Angeles sports were quick to point out that both ADs are “real” but that won’t stop Bayless from continuing to rail against Davis and the Lakers.NEXT: Frank Vogel Is Getting The Lakers Back To Basics