After the Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl, NBA star LeBron James took to Twitter to suggest that the NFL team's victory parade should also include his L.A. Lakers and MLB's L.A. Dodgers, because neither of the two 2020 champions got a parade due to pandemic restrictions at the time. James tweeted, "We, Dodgers and Rams should all do a joint parade together!!!! With a live concert afterwards to end it!! City of Champions." Although the Rams have scheduled their parade for Wednesday, when the Lakers are playing the Utah Jazz, Audacy reported a joint parade would be doable if it was pushed back one day to Thursday. The Lakers will have started their All-Star break, and MLB hasn't started spring training yet (and the players are locked out amid ongoing contract negotiations with the league.) But some criticized the idea, since the Lakers and Dodgers won their championships two years ago, with it also being noted the Lakers are currently ranked ninth in the NBA's Western Conference, and the Dodgers most recently lost in the National League Championship to the Atlanta Braves, who'd go on to win the World Series.