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I thought about using the LeBron James-milk carton picture that was in Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks today, but changed up the plan. Sure, LeBron scored just two points in the fourth quarter last night, but what might be more remarkable is the fact that with his team one game away from winning an NBA title, Mark Cuban has been completely silent. Think about this for a second: We are one Dallas win away from David Stern handing The Larry O'Brien Trophy to Mark Cuban in what would be one of the most anticipated trophy presentations in sports history. The Mavs owner deserves credit for letting his team have the spotlight, but we'd all benefit from him tweaking Stern or saying something outrageous right about now. As for those of you who are going to e-mail me to say it's unfair to criticize LeBron because he had a triple-double last night, the bottom line is this: If you're the best player in the game, you have to score more than two points in the fourth quarter of an NBA Finals game.