Houston Rockets Get: SF Al-Farouq Aminu (New Orleans), G Eric Gordon (New Orleans) and PG Brian Roberts (New Orleans)
Milwaukee Bucks Get: PF Donatas Motiejunas (Houston), PF Marcus Morris (Houston) and SG J.J. Redick (Orlando)
New Orleans Hornets Get: SF Carlos Delfino (Houston), PG Toney Douglas (Houston), G Monta Ellis (Milwaukee) and PF Terrence Jones (Houston)
Orlando Magic Get: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and 2013 first round (Houston)
According to ESPN.com's Chris Broussard, the Rockets are among the teams interested in Gordon. Houston's plan would be to play Gordon next to both James Harden and Jeremy Lin by moving the former to small forward.
A problem that arises for Houston when making a trade is that while it has the cap space necessary to assume a contract like Gordon's, it is forced to relinquish numerous assets just to make salaries match.
In this particular deal, they give up five players, but they get Gordon, who they supposedly covet. His rim attack is not dissimilar to that of Harden or Lin's. Unlike Lin, though, his 36.4 percent clip from deep intimidates defenses and spreads the floor even further.
Roberts has been playing well for New Orleans this season and while the Hornets may be reluctant to give him up, Houston needs some kind of floor general coming off the bench. Especially with three floor general-types in the starting lineup.
Aminu has fared well this season as well, and as a free-agent-to-be the Rockets won't be tied to him long term unless they want to be. He would instantly help their defensive attack off the pine, too.
For the Bucks, they're open to moving Ellis and are known to be interested in Redick. Both Motiejunas and Morris would provide some nice prospects in the frontcourt, a must with Samuel Dalember poised to leave over the summer.
Moving right along to the Hornets, they get someone who can score as much as Gordon in Ellis. He's not nearly as efficient, but he is a better passer. His salary also comes off the books next season, unless he opts to explore free agency, in which case it disappears after this year.
Delfino provides a sharpshooting veteran presence and someone who knows how to keep the ball moving on offense. Douglas is playing some solid basketball in Houston and is an asset the Hornets could use in Roberts' absence. His contract is also one that expires after this season. And as for Terrence Jones, he's a nice stretch forward who appears to have a similar or greater ceiling to that of Ryan Anderson.
Finally, Orlando is known to be looking for a first-round pick in exchange for Redick, and a carbon copy-esque return to that of the one here has already been proposed by the Bucks. If the Magic can swing it, it might not hurt them to try and force Milwaukee to hold onto Mbah a Moute and ask for Morris or Motiejunas from Houston instead.
This is one of the most complicated scenarios, but any deal involving the Rockets would have to be, since they can hardly match the financial value straight up.