PLAYA VISTA -- The NBA announced Sunday that Warriors forward Draymond Green should have been assessed a foul for making contact with Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, who turned the ball over in the final minute of Golden State's Game 1 win.

The Warriors led 107-105 in the fourth quarter when according to the NBA, the foul on Green should have been called to give Paul a chance at the game-tying free throws. Instead, the Paul saw the ball go off his hand out of bounds with 18.9 seconds left to force the Clippers to foul. Harrison Barnes hit a free throw on the other end, and the Warriors went on to win 109-105 Saturday.

"When the ball went out of bounds, I knew it was off me, but that it was a foul," Paul said.

The instant replay review of the out-of-bounds call on Paul's turnover that awarded the ball to the Warriors was correct while the foul on Green that caused the turnover was not reviewable, NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn said in a statement.

"It doesn't make me feel any better or anything like that, but I do think it's a good thing to do," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said of the NBA's statement. "I think they take ownership. That was a big call. Chris Paul goes to the line now with two free throws to tie the game.

"Having said that, there's nothing we can do about it. A mistake happened on their end, but we made our own mistakes, so we have to take ownership of that."