Ex-Raptor Danny Green Is Bringing His Love of Canada to TV

'Beyond the Arc' will see the NBA player travel across the country
Ex-Raptor Danny Green Is Bringing His Love of Canada to TV
Though he's set to play for the Los Angeles Lakers next season, former Toronto Raptor Danny Green has spent much of his championship summer in Canada, hosting basketball camps in major cities and seeing the sights. Now, Green has announced his offseason north of the border will be chronicled in a new TV series.

Green has announced that a new series dubbed Beyond the Arc will air on TSN beginning September 9. Sharing a trailer for the series on Twitter, Green wrote that "this summer was my time to explore a country that showed me so much love."

The teaser, which can be viewed below, finds Green meeting up with the likes of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canadian MMA icon Georges St-Pierre, comedian Russell Peters and his Toronto Raptors teammates Fred VanVleet, Chris Boucher and Serge Ibaka.

Cities set to be highlighted on Beyond the Arc include Halifax, Ottawa, Montreal, Winnipeg, Toronto and Vancouver. Green also teased that behind-the-scenes footage and further show updates would be available through Beyond the Arc's official Twitter account.

Even before he joined the Raptors for their championship season, Green had been spending his summers in Canada for a decade, serving as a guest coach at Olympia Sports Camp in Huntsville, ON.

Green isn't the only Raptor living it up in the country this summer after capturing the NBA Championship in June. That same month saw Raptors head coach Nick Nurse join Arkells onstage for some sweet six-string action.