On the verge of a burial, the Clippers took to the air.
Their future in doubt, the Clippers traveled to a parcel of their past.
It’s a ghost town now but, for one night, it came alive with rim-rattling, crowd-roaring and scoreboard-blinking glory.
Remember Lob City?
It was back, bold and beautiful as ever, its power resurrected in a 99-91 victory Tuesday over the Utah Jazz that knotted a first-round series at one game apiece.
There were flying alley-oop dunks. There were soft open layups. There were spinning and fighting runners. And in the fourth quarter, when the dunking finally stopped, there was more inside havoc with scrapping rebounds and suffocating...