Danny Green releasing documentary about his experiences in Canada
Former Raptors forward Danny Green will be releasing a documentary about his experiences in Canada. The film, which is called “Beyond the arc,” records some of the time he spent with fans in the city that grew to embrace him.
Though he’s no longer a member of the Raptors organization, Green says he spent much of this summer in an around the city of Toronto working on this new project, which will be released on TSN on September 9:
“This summer I made it a priority of mine to really explore the culture and get to know Canada first hand,” Green wrote in an Instagram post. “So yes I see all the “why is he still here” tweets, and No I didn’t forget that I’m a Laker lol. This summer was my time to get to know a country that showed me so much love.”
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For a lil under a year Canada was my home and quickly became a special place for me. As an NBA player during the season we never really get a chance to explore the places we live. This summer I made it a priority of mine to really explore the culture and get to know Canada first hand. So yes I see all the “why is he still here” tweets, and No I didn’t forget that I’m a Laker lol. This summer was my time to get to know a country that showed me so much love. With that being said I documented all of my experiences, and you can check them out on TSN September 9th. Special thank you to all the guest that took the time out to show me around their city. Follow @beyondthearc_TV for updates and behind the scenes footage
Green, now 32 years of age, to a two-year, $30 million contract with the Lakers on July 6. He joins LeBron James and Anthony Davis on what is projected to be one of the top rosters in the Western Conference for the 2019-20 campaign. With his smooth shooting stroke and keen defensive mindset, the former UNC Tar Heel should be a solid addition.
In 80 appearances with the Raptors last season (all starts), Green racked up averages of 10.3 points on 46.5 percent shooting from the field (45.5 percent from beyond the arc), 4.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists and just under one steal (0.9) in 27.7 minutes per outing.