BOSTON—Known throughout the NBA as an extremely territorial player, Kevin Garnett asserted his dominance over his Boston-area kitchen and dining room with an aggressively vocal statement Sunday. "This is my house! You hear me? Mine! This is where I watch my TV and eat my cereal! Where I eat cereal every day!" said the 2004 Most Valuable Player, punctuating his house-proud remarks by slapping his chest and the countertop between his coffeemaker and toaster. "You don't just bring your stuff in here! You call me and ask—politely—if you can drop by. You gotta respect my house! Because I take care of it and clean it at least once a week! I'm thinking about adding another wing, maybe a film room! What do you think?!? You think a film room would be nice?!?" Garnett then asked the assembled reporters not to print his exact address so that the Mavericks would not be able to bother him.