The next six moves for the Warriors in a busy free agency

Friedell: Klay was always going to re-sign with Warriors (1:42)

Ramona Shelburne and Nick Friedell analyze the report that the Warriors will offer Klay Thompson a five-year, $190 million contract once free agency starts. (1:42)

What's next for the Golden State Warriors if they lock up All-Star Klay Thompson shortly after the start of NBA free agency on Sunday?

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Friday that the Warriors plan to offer Thompson a five-year, maximum contract worth a projected $190 million, which should seal his agreement. But Thompson's expected return would be just the start of a busy offseason for Golden State, which entered the summer with only seven players under contract for 2019-20 and must deal with long-term injuries for Thompson and Kevin Durant if they return.

So what will the Warriors' offseason look like? Let's break it down.