A flute with no holes is not a flute—and a sports world with no Caddyshack, well that seems unthinkable. Three decades after the golf classic's release, SI catches up with the cast and crewIn the summer of 1980, a group of overeducated, authority-defying comedy writers from the Second City improv troupe and National Lampoon magazine delivered perhaps the funniest sports movie ever made. Today, anyone who's ever shanked a tee shot, chunked a wedge or blown a gimme putt can quote the movie by heart.
MIKE'S CHILDHOOD HOME is the closest that Clintonville has to a White House. Outside, an elaborate garden with a water feature and small sculptures of athletes is buried somewhere under the snow. There are also three flags flying on tall poles: an American flag, a Packers flag and a Wisconsin Badgers flag. "It looks like a miniature golf course in the summer," Justin says, driving past on the way home from Eau Claire. The blue glow of a TV screen flickers through the windows.
Oct. 27, 2015: Sefolosha confirms to ESPN's Hannah Storm that he plans to file a civil suit against the city of New York, the NYPD and eight officers. Under state law, the maximum he could receive in compensation for that suit would be $50 million. Sept. 9, 2015: The charges against Antic are dismissed. Sefolosha is offered an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, a plea agreement that would require just one day of community service. Sefolosha ultimately declines.
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