Houston Rockets are expected to retool their roster, after trading away James Harden this season. As a result, many “older” pieces of their roster are available ahead of the trade deadline.
In particular, Eric Gordon is attracting a ‘great deal of interest’ around the league, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Gordon was a huge part of the Rockets’ success during the James Harden era providing spacing with his ability to shoot from any distance.
His shooting percentages are down the last two seasons, however he still can provide in many ways by being in the court.
This season, the veteran guard averages 17.8 points shooting 43.7-percent from the field. He also adds 2.7 assists and 2.2 rebounds per game.