Ask, and LeBron James shall receive.
According to ESPN, a few other free agent prospects are also expected to attend the workouts.
Wanting to fulfill LeBron James' request to add a play-maker off the bench, the Cavaliers are bringing in a fearsome foursome of Kirk Hinrich, Jordan Farmar, Lance Stephenson and Mario Chalmers for a work out to determine who will fill the vacant position. "Depending on how well the participants perform, sources with knowledge of the Cavaliers' thinking believe one of them could be signed prior to the All-Star break". However, to be fair, Cleveland already owns the most expensive payroll and just traded for guard Kyle Korver.
Since Cleveland has one roster spot open and can easily open up another if they waive the recently-injured Chris Anderson, these free agents have an opportunity to join one of the NBA's top teams and contribute right away. These comments irked some members of the Cavs front office as GM David Griffin responded by saying the team continues to be fully committed to competing for a second-consecutive title and any comments toward the contrary were "misguided". Chalmers is now fully recovered from a right Achilles tear, although he hasn't played a game in almost a year.
Hinrich is quite a bit older at 36. The point guard has career averages of 10.9 points on 37.5 percent shooting from beyond the arc to go along with 4.8 assists.