Nikola Jokic’s Brothers Escalate Their Feud With The Miami Heat With This Menacing Move

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  • Nikola Jokic’s brothers have escalated their feud with the Miami Heat with a savage move
  • Strahinja and Nemanja Jokic have purchased tickets to watch the Nuggets face off against the Heat in Miami later this month
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On Monday night, basketball fans were treated to their latest dose of NBA drama when Nikola Jokic took exception to Markieff Morris’ decision to foul him late in the fourth quarter and responded by delivering a bodycheck that resulted in a fairly dicey situation unfolding on the court in Denver.

It’s safe to say the Heat were not thrilled with Jokic based on their decision to attempt to confront him in the locker room after the game—just like it’s safe to say his brothers were not thrilled with Morris and his brother Marcus. On Tuesday morning, the Jokic Brothers used their joint Twitter account to issue a thinly-veiled threat, which sparked a back-and-forth with Marcus that continued over the course of the day.

Based on a new report, it looks like Strahinja and Nemanja Jokic decided to put their money where their mouth is, as the duo will reportedly be in attendance in Miami when the Heat face off against the Nuggets on November 29th.

Nikola Jokic isn’t exactly the kind of dude that needs to have his older brothers take care of situations for him, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to have them in his corner. The 6’6″ Strahinja played Division I basketball at the University of Detriot Mercy and the 6’8″ Strahinja played professionally in Europe (and also once threw knives at Nikola when he refused to climb a tree during a picnic as a kid).

Last season, security had to get involved in Phoenix when the Jokic Bros got very heated during an incident between Nikola and Cameron Payne, so it’s safe to assume they’ll have more than a few eyes watching them later this month.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.