And so another typical Clippers postseason rolls on.
When you think they’ll win, they lose. And when you think they’re lost, well . . .
In the dying days of a core group whose six-year run together is probably ending, the Clippers showed up here Friday night and sprinted away with the one thing nobody thought they had left.
One last breath.
Charged with staving off playoff elimination in arguably the NBA’s loudest home arena and without one of their best players, the Clippers escaped Vivint Smart Home Arena with the unlikeliest of life.
They defeated the Utah Jazz, 98-93, to knot their first-round series at three games apiece and set up Game 7 Sunday at...