Utah Jazz owner Gail Miller addressed the crowd before Thursday's game to underscore the team's willingness to enforce the NBA's Code of Conduct following Monday's incident involving Russell Westbrook and a fan who crossed the line.
Miller spoke for about 3½ minutes before the Jazz faced the Minnesota Timberwolves and asked fans to look out for potential repeats of the shouting match that led Utah to issue fan Shane Keisel a lifetime ban.
Jazz owner Gail Miller asked fans to show respect to all teams.
The Jazz permanently banned the fan from their games, and the NBA fined Westbrook $25,000.
Earlier in the day, Miller sent an email to fans on the team's mailing list with instructions to send a text message to the arena if they should see anyone violating the conduct code.