That's very well made. Great duel between the two best point guards in the league. Irving can match Curry. It's up to the rest of the team to bring their A-game and match the rest of the Warriors.
I'm repeating myself (I know), but don't we much rather have Horford at power forward than at center?
Draymond Green is the guy you can leave to provide help defense. Horford has the IQ to make the most of that by contesting shots, blocking shots or grabbing rebounds. In that way it also makes it easier for the starting center (Baynes in this case) to pay full attention on Cousins. I'm scared that if we play our regular 5, that Morris can just coast on defense, while the rest are left hanging. It's a small advantage which every team tries to exploit (and so should we).
On offense you can put Cousins in a pick-and-roll (with Baynes screening Irving's or Smart's defender) and take advantage of him in space. Would the Warriors change their defensive assignments and put Green on Baynes (and Cousins on Horford), then you leave Horford on the perimeter and let Baynes crash the boards for offensive rebounds (where Green has to make a choice between boxing out or protect the rim, when our guards drive to the basket).