Bam Adebayo had a very nice statline 25/10/5/2, but the Lakers really showed his weaknesses.
When Adebayo had the ball at the top of the key Davis would just stay under the basket daring him to shoot from the midrange, which he's definitely uncomfortable with. Because Davis was in the paint, there was no room for cutters such that the Lakers' guards could fully focus their attention on taking away open 3-point-shots.
Also Adebayo showed no willingness to post up Davis. And when Adebayo played pick-and-roll as the roll man, Davis was always ready to intercept that pass/alley-oop, because Adebayo isn't a huge leaper.
Same goes on defense. Adebayo is probably the best switching big man in the NBA, but he's not a great rim protector. During these playoffs Adebayo averaged less than 1 block per 36 minutes, that's less than Theis, R.Williams, G.Williams and Tatum or even his own teammate Olynyk. And Davis got 3.3 offensive rebounds per game, often outjumping Adebayo.