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Nikola Jokic And His Brothers Partied In Miami And The Club Played The Serbian Anthem For Them

Nikola Jokic And His Brothers Partying In Miami And The Club Played The Serbian Anthem For Him

Nikola Jokic had a sweet Monday night, where his Denver Nuggets defeated the Miami Heat in the second and final match between these two teams in the 2021/22 NBA season. 

The Joker returned from an injury to take his team to the win, snapping a two-game losing streak with the 120-111 win over Erik Spoelstra's squad. After the match was over, the Jokic brothers decided to celebrate in a big way, hitting the club and having a blast with the Miami people. 

A series of videos of Jokic celebrating with his brothers went viral, showing the trio dancing, singing, jumping, and enjoying themselves at the club. Nikola was welcomed with a sign that read "Nikola Jokic NBA MVP," while the master of the ceremony gave a shoutout to the player. 

After that, the DJ decided to pay homage to Jokic's homeland and played the Serbian anthem, which sparked something inside the 2021 NBA MVP and his brothers. They let themselves go and sang the anthem, while the people around them accompanied the song. 

It's good to see Jokic celebrating with his brothers, who often traveled to the city, according to the center. It's better to know that people didn't take things the wrong way and attacked him after his altercation with Markieff Morris earlier this month

Instead, they went out, hit the club, and had a great night, even remembering their country and being celebrated by the people of Miami. Jokic finished the game with 24 points and 15 rebounds for the Nuggets in his return after a 4-game absence. 

This man is crucial for the Nuggets' aspirations this season. He still leads the squad in points (26.2), assists (6.4), rebounds (13.7), steals (1.2), and blocks (0.9). With the absence of Michael Porter Jr. and Jamal Murray, the Serbian is in charge of carrying this team through a competitive Western Conference. 

Last night's win was big for Jokic, and he celebrated in a big way with his brothers after sharing a heartfelt moment on the court following the match