• Houston car wash is offering free service in exchange for old James Harden jerseys
  • Car wash owner plans to burn all the jerseys when Harden returns to Houston
  • Harden could make his Brooklyn Nets debut on Saturday

James Harden got his wish and is now with the Brooklyn Nets.

Like other big names who ended up getting hated after leaving their previous teams, Houston Rockets fans are unhappy. Traditionally, this would set off jersey-burning initiatives. It appears one is planned and it will be big.

A car wash in Houston appears to be one of those and plans to give Harden a piece of their mind in a big way. They are offering a car wash service in exchange for James Harden jerseys.

According to TMZ Sports, i-Car Wash in Houston came up with the idea with owner Sean Qureshi revealing the reason behind it all. He hopes to “torch ‘em all” when Harden returns to Houston in a Nets uniform.

"I'm gonna make sure with local fire department just to make sure everything is on the up and up. But if they allow me to, whenever Harden comes back for the first game with the Nets, I'm burning them all that day," Qureshi quipped.

Of course, the offer has a limit. The free car wash for old Harden jerseys is limited to the first 50 customers. He will lose money from the promotion but doesn’t appear to mind since he is pretty much upset with the 2018 NBA MVP.

Looking at the NBA schedule, that will happen on March 3rd. Given that there are roughly two months more to spare, Qureshi is likely to hit that target and execute his devious plan.

For now, Harden may officially make his debut with the Nets on Saturday when Brooklyn faces the Orlando Magic.

The 31-year-old player is already in Brooklyn but needs to provide negative COVID-19 test results before he can be cleared to join his new team, CBS Sports reported. Hence, he has two days to do so.

Even without Kyrie Irving, the Nets are looking pretty good on paper this season. However, Brooklyn still needs to fill up player slots after releasing four players to acquire the eight-time NBA All-Star. Gone are Caris LeVert, Jarret Allen, Taurean Prince and Rodions Kurucs.

LeVert is now with the Indiana Pacers, while Allen and Prince moved to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Rodions ended up with the Rockets alongside recruits Victor Oladipo and Dante Exum to go along with a bevy of picks.

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James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets is defended by Kyrie Irving #11 of the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center on November 01, 2019 in New York City. Steven Ryan/Getty Images