LeBron has been open about his desire for the Cavs to add a playmaker to the fold and one of the three aforementioned players could theoretically act as ballhandlers on the Cavs second unit.You may recall that LeBron and Stephenson shared some moments in the Eastern Conference finals in both 2013 and 2014, the most memorable of which involved Stephenson blowing in James’ ear during a stoppage in play. Of course, the one problem with Stephenson is his antagonistic history with James.”I just want to win, man”, James said after the morning shootaround before the Cavaliers’ home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. “I got a history with Lance too, obviously”. And I got a history with Rio [Chalmers]. “I got no personal problems with nobody”. I hope he’s been doing everything he needs to do just to get back on the floor. All four could be solid additions yet perhaps Chalmers and Stephenson are probably better fits. James is leading the league in minutes played and the Cavs have struggled as of late, going 4-6 in their last 10 games.The 30-year-old point guard is a career 37.4 percent shooter averaging 7.7 points and 2.9 assists in 504 regular season games. Chalmers comes equipped with championship experience in addition to familiarity with James, but has spent much of the a year ago recovering from a right Achilles tear.