The Oklahoman's Oklahoma City Thunder beat writer Darnell Mayberry 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's plans for young centers Byron Mullens and Cole Aldrich: If Nenad Krstic isn't re-signed and for whatever reason Aldrich and Mullens aren't getting minutes next season, then I'll be closer to writing them off as undesirables. Mullens much more than Aldrich. But, big men are known to take longer to develop and the Thunder is operating with that in mind. They continue to be patient. But at some point you would think these two need some time. The thing that's easily forgotten in their nightly DNP's and stints on the inactive list is that both of these guys are 22 (Mullens will be in a week). They've got a lot of time left to develop into something. On whether Serge Ibaka could match Jeff Green's offensive output if given the same amount of playing time: The funny thing is he's almost there already. It's just that it would come on a completely different style. Green can hit 3s. Ibaka never will be a 3-point shooter. And while you can't make the argument that Green isn't much of one now, at least he can knock down perimeter shots. So while the points could eventually be the same, the versatility that you'd lose having Ibaka in there as opposed to Green, I think, would be significant. Unless, of course, Ibaka turns into one of the most efficient scoring starting 4s in the league. On Kevin Durant calling out Chris Bosh last week: Whether he is or isn't, I'm not willing to stand in front of Bosh and call him a fake tough guy. But a lot of people around the league seem to agree with Durant. I don't think it was Durant's most shining moment. But he was frustrated at the loss and spoke from the heart. What I'd like to see more from KD is him calling out his own team. It would have been much better for Durant to blast himself and his teammates for allowing eight offensive rebounds and 15 second-chance points in the fourth quarter of that game as opposed to bringing up something from early in the first quarter that had no bearing on the outcome of the game.