Mo Williams leaned over and made sure the young one knew what to expect.
Only in this case, he wasn't offering guidance to one of his youthful Utah Jazz teammates, he was talking to his fifth son, still in the womb and due on Feb. 1.
''I'm not missing any games,'' Williams said of conversations he's had when his wife tells him their unborn child is kicking and can hear him. ''I already talked to (him) and we agreed it's going to be on the All-Star break.
''Obviously, I'll have to buy him a better car when he's 16. All my other kids get something like I had, a Ford Taurus or something. But it's a good deal.''
The Jazz certainly are hoping the one they made for Williams is good as well and provides them with an upgrade over point guard Devin Harris.
One thing is already clear even if the Jazz are just a few days into preseason: Williams is a talker.
''He's not afraid to express himself, let people know how he feels,'' said Paul Millsap, the team's elder statesman and the only pl...