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Los Angeles Lakers guard Danny Green to release documentary chronicling his summer in Canada

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Danny Green was a member of the Toronto Raptors for less than 365 days, but that was all the time he needed to consider Canada home.

The two-time NBA champion recently took to Instagram to announce a forthcoming documentary titled "Beyond the Arc" that chronicles his time during the 2019 offseason in Canada before he makes the move to Los Angeles to join his new team in the Lakers.

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In the post, Green provided a lengthy explanation to why he's spent the majority of this summer in Canada despite having signed with the Lakers when the free agency period began, saying:

"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… 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 coming September."

The promotional trailer begins at the Raptors championship parade on June 17 in Toronto and swiftly moves through Green's summer experiences in Ottawa, Halifax, Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver, illustrating that the 10-year veteran's experiences this summer spanned across the country. The Raptors' Chris Boucher, Fred VanVleet and Serge Ibaka are also shown in the trailer, as Green partakes in activities ranging from playing hockey to receiving a tattoo to taking in the view of the CN Tower.

According to the trailer, "Beyond the Arc" will air Sept. 9 on TSN.

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