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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

One emphasis for the Packers in camp will be finding offensive consistency. Part of that, coach Matt LaFleur said, is having more carryover plays from week to week. "I think we have a better understanding of who we are, of what our players can do really well," LaFleur said Sunday. "And then it's just striving for that consistency. "We did have a pretty good stretch where we played really consistent football and then it was kind of hit-or-miss from there on out for the rest of the season."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur still thinks the Packers will be able to hold training camp practices at the same time — around 10:15 a.m. — even with daily COVID testing. "It has presented some challenges; don't want to delay the day too long," LaFleur said. First practice is Saturday. He said he would like to implement at least one night practice given their early season night games in Weeks 3-4.

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Doncic's 19th assist draws raves, beats Bucks

Luka Doncic capped a fantastic night that saw him score 36 points and grab 14 rebounds with his 19th assist, a between-his-legs pass past Giannis Antetokounmpo that Maxi Kleber slammed home to cap off the Mavericks' 136-132 overtime win over the Bucks.

Giannis' double-double not enough for Bucks vs. Mavs (1:57)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Za'Darius Smith treated the entire Packers' D to dinner (a $5,000 tab) at Republic Chophouse last year. He just realized today he can't do that this year under COVID-19 rules. "Wanted to get the guys together because we have tomorrow off so it's going to be hard but we're going to try to work something out here to where it's just positions and I guess less than 10 people right? Less than 10 to 15 people. So basically positions, each position will have their own little gathering."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Preston Smith, who played his first four years in Washington, on no fans in the stands for at least the first two home games at Lambeau: "My first four years in the league, there weren't that many fans in the stands anyway. Might be kind of normal again."