It's been a blurry 24 hours for
His friends and former college teammates texted and called in droves, his
Marshall, 22, also received something from his mother, Kim. She wasn't happy.
"The only text I got back from my mom was she sent me a video clip and told me stop cursing because they caught me on the bench saying something," he said Saturday. "So I guess I've got to watch my mouth now."
"He might not have those numbers all the time — maybe he does, maybe he doesn't — but the rhythm that he gives us is what's important," D'Antoni said. "Everybody has a little bit more pep in their step [Saturday] and last night."
Marshall said he picked up 8,000 or 9,000 followers on Twitter after his outburst in only his fifth game with the Lakers. He became the first Lakers player since
His friends and former teammates sent similar messages.
"Most people were just proud of me, but the main thing was just 'keep working,' " he said.
Marshall was signed by the Lakers two weeks ago after injuries to point guards