Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers have been told not to do the three-goggle gesture while in Brazil

LeBron JamesThe Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers are scheduled to meet in a preseason game in Rio de Janeiro. And we know that most people will be interested in how LeBron James acts when he is on the court playing against his former team. Especially after reports of LeBron being uncomfortable at Dwyane Wade’s wedding and the comments Chris Bosh made about him surfaced.

The NBA doesn’t care about those issues as they have their eyes on something more important. According to Chris Haynes of the Northeast Ohio Media Group, the NBA has told the Heat and Cavaliers not to do the three-goggles while in Brazil.

Holding up the “three-sign” or the “three-goggles” in a certain way while in Brazil could be mistaken for “f— you” or “f— off,” I was informed.

The NBA sent the Cavs and Heat a memo with a list of questionable gestures that shouldn’t be used in Brazil, we’re told. The last thing anybody wants is for the stands to clear immediately after a player nails a 3-point

Over/under for how many times we see someone do the gesture after making a three?

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