Earlier this year, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers came back from a huge, 3-1 deficit in the NBA finals to take home the Larry O'Brien trophy and bring the city it's first championship in over 50 years. But in a state like Ohio, a region that boasts nearly 14,000,000 acres of farmland, you're not a real champion until someone makes a commemorative corn maze in honor of your accomplishments. Now, thanks to some industrious farmers in Brunswick, it's official—the Cav's are the undisputed champions of the world.
According to Bleacher Report, Mapleside Farms took the initiative in inducting the Cavaliers into the farmers hall of fame, creating a giant corn maze with three individual sections: one that reads 'Believeland', another with the Larry O'Brien trophy, and a third featuring a giant rendition of LeBron's face, with the words "Homegrown Hero" written beneath it.
While the Cavs posted a photo of the maze on Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday, calling the maze "championship-level," the team may have missed the best part of the corn portrait. The farmers were able to get LeBron's receding hairline exactly right, giving the balding superstar a very pronounced forehead, and delighting Internet trolls in the process. Even in corn, you can't escape Father Time, 'Bron 'Bron.
The "Believeland" corn maze officially opens to the public on September 9, however, select super-fans can get a sneak preview of the agricultural masterpiece at Mapleside's "Shindig" party this Friday.
"We're ramping up for our 2016 Fall Festival Season," the farm wrote on its Facebook. "In doing so, we are PROUD to unveil this year's themed Corn Maze. BELIEVELAND! This 7 acre beauty is a tribute to the hard work and resolve our Cavs showed in bringing a championship to Northeast Ohio!"
[via Bleacher Report]