Kevin Durant loves Phoenix Suns' Game 3 at L.A. Clippers at 1-1.

Several times, Kevin Durant brought up this issue, but no one listened.Going 8-0 with him in the starting lineup during the regular

season provided further credence to the notion that Phoenix will simply continue its winning ways in the postseason.

Durant helped the Suns defeat seven opponents during the regular season, but only five of those opponents advanced to the postseason.

They twice competed in Denver. Therefore, Durant reminded everyone how those eight games went, and

he sounds optimistic heading into Thursday's Game 3 at Arena after Phoenix won Game 2 on Tuesday to even this first-round series.

We played some good basketball toward the conclusion of the season, but not much can be inferred from it, according to Durant. 

"Many teams didn't use their starters. In a sense, this is the first time that our team has faced such formidable opposition. 

The location is good. We unfortunately lost Game 1, but a win is always excellent. The following game has my excitement.