The Oklahoman sports columnist Berry Tramel answered questions from readers in today's Power Lunch chat. Read the entire chat recap here. Participate in our Power Lunch chats Monday-Friday at 11 a.m. at NewsOK.com/sports On the Thunder having two superstars: Someone right after the game told me that Game 5 showed who the Thunder's real Batman was. I never said Durant wasn't Batman. I just said OKC had two Batmans. The notion that Russell Westbrook isn't a star, that he has to be subservient to Durant, we've got to get rid of that. It's not true, and it's not conducive to an NBA title. You've got to have two superstars to win an NBA title, most people say. OKC was trying to win with just one, when lo and behold, here came a second superstar falling in its lap. And we want to tell Westbrook, no, you're not a superstar? That's crazy. Westbrook is a phenomenal player. I was serious when I wrote that I wouldn't change one thing about Russell Westbrook. Well, I would make him a better interview, but I wouldn't change one thing about the way he plays. On which team the Thunder has a better chance of beating - Memphis or San Antonio Oh, I would probably prefer Memphis, since that means more home games for OKC. San Antone is a better city to visit, though. I think the teams are close to a wash, as far as matchups go, other than homecourt advantage. I think the Thunder will beat Memphis or San Antone. On whether he saw OKC having an NBA team and 50-story skyscraper 10 years ago: Uh, no. If I had, I would have written about it. I must admit that sometime in the late '90s, I wrote a column saying that OKC potentially was a good NBA city. Moreso than NHL. I didn't think it would ever happen, but I was at least thinking about it. As for a 54-story skyscraper, I have two thoughts: 1. It's great for OKC. It shows commitment and status and a certain macho attitude. 2. I would actually prefer two new 27-story skyscrapers. The most impressive thing about big-time city skylines is not the heights of 3-4 buildings. It's the number of buildings that go reaching to the sky. On the Thunder wanting to play the San Antonio because of the Spurs' 'advanced' age: Exactly. That's the reason San Antone is vulnerable. The Spurs are a fascinating team. They look old and tired and beaten. Yet they won 60 games and spent all season as the league's premier team, until a last-week fade. We've seen a lot of teams like this. The '64 Yankees, the '68 Packers, the '70 Celtics. Teams that grew old instantly. But they did so in the off-season. I've never seen a team fall off the cliff in the post-season. On the Top 3 stories he's covered for The Oklahoman: Well, from a reality standpoint, I'd say: 1. The Bombing. 2. The May 3 tornadoes; 3. The NBA's move to OKC. If you don't want me to count the non-sports stuff, I'd say: 1. The NBA's move to OKC; 2. OU's 2000 national title run and the whole explosion of the Bob Stoops renaissance; 3. Eddie Sutton restoration of OSU basketball.