Lowry has been on the market for the past few weeks after a season in which he clashed with Rockets head coach Kevin McHale.
There's no telling whether or not this move will make him any less disgruntled, but there's no doubt that Lowry's now in a better situation. He'll be able to control the game much more than he did in Houston.
Toronto finally gets their point guard after whiffing on Steve Nash and never really gaining traction with a Jeremy Lin deal, so they seem to be rather well put together at this point.
However, we need to look at who wins and who loses in this trade, as there's a lot to dissect here.