So I have a 1998 KX250. The other day I took it out for a ride and noticed that even with the clutch pulled in, if I gave it medium throttle the bike would slowly crawl forward..I took the bike home for awhile and went out to ride again. I went from 1st, to 2nd, and stayed in 2nd. I tried to shift again to no avail. I tried to downshift, go into neutral...nothing. I didnt hear any loud uncommon noises that would suggest breakage so I rode the bike 30secs to my house. I shut the bike off, and tried rolling it back and forth to see if it would downshift or go into neutral..nothing. Even with the clutch lever pulled in, the bike was acting like it was in gear..the wheel was locked up. I took the pressure plate, friction plates, drive plates, and springs out of the clutch. And yes it had plenty of the right oil in it. Everything looked good except the basket which has very deep grooves almost like a serrated knife blade. Once the clutch was out, the bike rolls again just fine...Any ideas? Is it simply just the clutch components or something that might be a little more of a pain in the ass? Below are pictures of the clutch basket. Thanks.