Can we use "would" and "could" in the present tense when we refer to a possible but not certain event taking place in the future? I'm talking about instances that aren't conditional sentences.
I don't think they would ever want me to play in their band.
I'm sure he would kick your ass!
We could go to their concert and show the youth how we partied back in the days!
It could take us a long time to get back home because of this blizzard, so we will miss that show anyway.
I understand it as a way to talk about less probable, hypothetical future events, yet many websites seem to not mention that part in their articles on differences between will and would, and can and could, so I'm not sure if my interpretation is correct.