If it's not snatchy or juddery, there won't be anything wrong with the basket. If it is you can just gently file the tangs a little to get rid of the grooves, though obvs not with the bike on it's side...make sure to polish smooth with wet and dry. :)
Clutch is a 20 minute job. You just need a flat surface and feeler gauges to check the old steel plates are flat (if you're reusing them) and verniers to measure the springs. Seriously though, I'd just order new springs and friction plates and whack it back together. I've never warped a steel plate, even on my old 125 race bikes and those things experience clutch apocalypse every start!
I need to have another crack at my XR650R clutch - fucker is slipping again. In their infinite wisdom, Honda made it the weakest part of the bike - only 4 lousy springs holding 50+ hp in race trim. Needs all HD springs really but my hands are getting so fucked I can't abide heavy clutches.