The Golden State Warriors have 10 players who are currently under contract for next year, and five more who are likely to return anyway.
If every single one of them plays to their full capability, the Warriors will likely compete for a title. Or maybe they'll win it all easily. It's hard to say, as there has never been a team in which every player had the best season they could. That would also imply having every player play (or be capable of playing) 82 games.
Obviously, if the Warriors had multiple guys playing their best all season long, somebody would have to be traded. For example, if Andrew Bogut has the best season he could, he'd make another All-NBA selection. But if Andris Biedrins also has his perfect season, the Warriors would have two top-10 centers. Then, one of them would likely be coupled up with another underused player for some big talent.
Five of the guys mentioned below are small forwards, and three of them could definitely be starting quality.
I'll explain more if you keep reading.