"I never anticipate that," Griffin said, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Andrew Lopez. "I'm open-minded. I think we all are. There's a point at which we act. If things evolve in such a way that it's time for us to make a decision relative to Anthony Davis or any other part of the organization, we will.
"But we're not in a hurry to do anything. We don't feel there is a time sensitivity to anything we're talking about. That includes AD's desire to stay or not stay. It's not something there's a shot clock on."
Griffin confirmed an earlier report that he will meet with projected No. 1 pick Zion Williamson and his family. The Pelicans have the top pick and are expected to select the Duke superstar.
A Davis trade before the draft could potentially net the Pelicans more draft picks in addition to player assets. Teams like the Boston Celtics have multiple first-round selections.