Officials blew four calls near the end of the Cavaliers' 95-93 overtime victory against the Warriors on Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, according to the league.

LeBron James was indeed fouled by Andre Iguodala with 1 minute, 37 seconds left in overtime, the league acknowledged, although the report conceded James should've been called for a travel on the same play.

Also, the Warriors' Draymond Green twice committed fouls on jump balls that were not called — once at the start of overtime against Tristan Thompson and later against James, who complained at the time Green grabbed his shoulder.

All other calls and noncalls were deemed accurate. That includes the no-call on James at the end of regulation when he drove to the rim but missed the shot.

The league ruled Iguodala's contact with him was incidental, while Green maintained proper positioning under the league's "rule of verticality."

Scott Foster was the crew chief Sunday. The road team has now won the last 11 games he has officiated.

The league reviews all calls in the last two minutes and any overtime sessions of games within five points.

Exhibition in Africa

Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal and forward Kenneth Faried of the Denver Nuggets will play in the NBA's exhibition game in South Africa this summer.

Serge Ibaka of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Gorgui Dieng of the Minnesota Timberwolves also will take part in the Aug. 1 game in Johannesburg.

Beal and Faried will play for captain Chris Paul's Team World in the game, the NBA's first in Africa. Luol Deng of the Miami Heat, who was born in South Sudan, will lead Team Africa, with Ibaka and Dieng joining him.

More players will be announced at a later date.

Westbrook's venture

Westbrook Frames, a company that All-Star Thunder guard Russell Westbrook co-owns, has partnered with the NBA to launch a new series.

The initial release includes frames for seven teams — the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets. They are available on the Westbrook Frames website for $145.

Westbrook frames co-owner Marc Beckman says there are designs for all 30 teams, and the others will eventually be released.

This is the sixth collection for Westbrook Frames, which launched in July 2014, and the company's second collaboration with the league.