If the NBA is looking for a promotional event with Pro Wrestling or mixed martial arts, the Morris Brothers (Marcus and Marquez) will be on the lookout for the Jockey Brothers (Strahinja and Nemanja).
On Monday, the Jockey brothers took to social media after a dispute between Denver’s Nicola Jockey and the publisher Markif Morris in the fourth quarter of the Nuggets victory.
In a response from Marcus Morris on Twitter, the Jockey Brothers opened their Twitter account on Tuesday morning – @JokicBrothers –
“Instead of threatening our brother in public, you must stop this! Your brother made a dirty game first. Make sure we wait for you if you want to take one step further !!
@MookMorris2 You should leave this the way it is instead of publicly threatening our brother!Your brother made a dirty play first . If you want to make a step further be sure we will be waiting for you !! Jokic Brothers— Jokic Brothers (@JokicBrothers) November 9, 2021
The Morris brothers are strong consumers, but the Jockey brothers bring unruly Serbian strength to the forefront. Both groups had their own fights in court and out of court (legal issues included) and the Jockey brothers were no strangers to shouting at Denver opponents. Nemanja Jokik has been involved in low-level MMA fights.
Don't mess with the Jokic Brothers unless you want that smoke pic.twitter.com/1XXLT0OAMh— Alec Gwin (@alecgwin) March 17, 2019
Aside from unrealistic situations, the NBA will judge.
On Monday, Marquif Morris missed the second quarter with 39 points, and the Nuggets outscored Jockick ahead of 111-94. Jockey was hit in the back with a powerful forearm, and Morris was injured and lay on the court.
Jockey, last season’s MVP was eliminated, Morris was found guilty, and Miami’s Jimmy Butler suffered a technical offense. Penalties and sanctions are expected after the NBA investigates.