Udonis Haslem already expressed his admiration for Nikola Jokic as a basketball player and the need to move on from the incident with Markieff Morris. However, that didn't stop Haslem from issuing a warning to Jokic's brothers.

"I keep hearing about the Jokic brothers buying tickets to come to the game. They better stay in line and don’t come down there and start trouble. Miami is my city. It’s my city," Haslem said.

After Morris delivered a hard foul to Jokic in a game in mid-November, Jokic shoved Morris to the ground. That altercation resulted in Jokic being suspended for a game, while Morris has missed several games due to whiplash. There was also some fallout between Jokic's brothers and the Morris twins on social media due to the incident.

Haslem said that's all the past and it's over with.

"We’re going to play a basketball game...That’s my city," said Haslem. "Don’t start nothing, won’t be nothing...Ain’t nobody messing with your brother. We come to play basketball."