The Rockets are open for business, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, who says Houston's entire roster and future draft picks are on the table when it comes to potential trades.
However, Wojnarowski notes that the possibility the team will pull the trigger and trade perennial MVP-candidate James Harden is "extremely limited."
According to Wojnarowski, the Rockets' plan is to "reshape" the roster into a title contender. And that brings us to the potential of this having an impact on Knicks trade target Anthony Davis, who is meeting Wednesday with Pelicans EVP David Griffin.
Back around the Feb. 7 trade deadline, opposing executives expected the Rockets to pursue a trade for Davis. And with the Rockets now reportedly making their entire roster available -- while dangling all of their future draft picks -- they could be one of the most ideal matches when it comes to Davis.
Clint Capela is probably the most appealing non-Harden player the Rockets have. Other notable players include Eric Gordon and Chris Paul, but Paul's age (34) and salary (he's entering the second year of a four-year deal worth a shade under $160 million) could be prohibitive when it comes to finding a taker for him.