"No I definitely would not say scary," Griffin said. "I mean, I feel more bad just for the fact that it's a distraction. And I don't know how big of a distraction it really is, but it is. And that's what I feel mostly bad about."
Clippers coach Doc Rivers and point guard Chris Paul also addressed the incident, saying it will not prevent the team from going to Las Vegas for training camp or preseason games.
"We would have liked it to go away but its part of the legal process," Rivers said, according to ESPN.com's Arash Markazi. "We knew it was out there."
Over seven games this season, Griffin has averaged 24.3 points, 6.9 rebounds and 0.4 blocks. The four-time All-Star is in his fifth season with Los Angeles since being drafted No. 1 overall in 2009.