Victor Oladipo's days with the Houston Rockets appear to be numbered. With the trade deadline fast approaching, it now appears that the Rockets are shopping off the former All-Star, which at this point, might just lead to a reunion between Oladipo and the Orlando Magic.

Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer reports that an Oladipo-Aaron Gordon swap could be in the works:

League sources say the deal Houston and Orlando discussed would involve Gordon landing with the Rockets and Victor Oladipo going back to the Magic, the team that drafted him second overall in 2013, or to a third team. Oladipo would have no future in Orlando, league sources say, so finding a third team might be necessary.

Aaron Gordon has himself been one of the biggest names floating around in the trade rumor mill, so it comes as no surprise that the Magic are reportedly looking to move him in a deal involving Oladipo. Based on O'Connor's report, however, any potential deal will still end with Oladipo landing elsewhere, as Orlando appears to have zero interest in bringing him back to the team.

The Magic have reportedly slapped a hefty price tag on Gordon. As such, they likely would not settle for a straight swap for Oladipo. O'Connor also goes on to say that the Rockets will need to up their ante “possibly in the form of a first-round draft pick and more assets.”

Whatever the case may be, what is clear here is that the Rockets don't see Oladipo as part of their rebuilding process. Ultimately, his time in Houston looks like it's going to be short-lived.