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Danny Green Leaves Parting Gift for Raptors Fans as He Leaves for Now

If it’s starting to seem like Danny Green will never leave Canada, honestly, he may not.

Signing with the Los Angeles Lakers earlier in the offseason, Green has continued to travel around Canada, running his basketball camps, while also visiting with many Canadian icons, including Russell Peters most recently – in Brampton, no less. It’s very easy to see how much Green has fallen in love with the country and how the country has embraced him far before the Toronto Raptors even won their first ever NBA championship.

Well, as the offseason winds down and it is only a matter of time before Green has no choice but to join his new team for training, the Moneyman from Three Point Land has one last surprise in store for Raptors fans. On September 9, his documented Canadian experiences will all air on TSN for Raptors Nation to see. It is something you should not miss.

No matter how Green performed on the court – and there were times when his play was invaluable and crucial to the Raptors success, and other times when he was noticeably sputtering – there is one thing that I and many Canadians can confidently say: Danny Green has become a national treasure.

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