Mo Williams isn't the 20-year-old rookie that he was when he first arrived in Salt Lake City in 2003.
He's married now, with four kids, another on the way and enough money to buy a house in place of the tiny apartment he once had.
What hasn't changed is the toughness he brings, toughness he vowed to carry forward after being reunited with the Utah Jazz following a multi-team deal finalized last week that sent Lamar Odom back to Los Angeles with the Clippers.
''That's what makes me who I am, that toughness I have in me, that Jerry (Sloan) helped fine-tune,'' Williams said Tuesday after being formally introduced as the newest member of the Jazz.
A second trade that the Jazz can't formally announce until a league-wide moratorium is lifted July 11 will send Devin Harris to the Atlanta Hawks and clear the way for Mo Williams to run the team at point guard.
Asked about becoming the new face of the Jazz franchise after a pair of major post-draft trades, Mo Williams wasn't fazed.