The start of a new NBA season will be here soon enough, and Philadelphia 76ers fans are getting amped up for the fun to begin. After years of being asked to trust the process, the growing pains are expected to start leading to some actual development and, with any luck, some more wins.

With the entire Delaware Valley buzzing in anticipation of the new basketball season, one local farmer’s market has cut a “Trust The Process” corn maze pattern into their corn field.

R&J Farm Market may not be challenging their customers with the actual difficulty of the maze, but you have to appreciate the attention to detail to the team logo and the Etch-A-Sketch-esque font used to spell out “Trust the Process.” And the basketball court is a nice touch too.

The Sixers just landed the number one overall pick in this year’s draft, Markelle Fultz, and expect to have last year’s top pick, Ben Simmons, ready to go. And Joel Embiid being healthy along with Dario Saric contributing as well could make the Sixers a playoff team in the East. If the Sixers don’t make the playoffs this season, the entire Trust the Process plan for the past few years will have been a waste.

[SB Nation]

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