Yes we can ignore the Bulls until later notice.
This team is playing neither appealing nor successful basketball. The Bulls lack talent and skill; with its two most promising players (Rose and Thomas) showing no discernible improvement in their second season under the current coach. VDN is over-matched. The management team that put together this product is intact and shows no remorse.
We can and we should ignore the Bulls until later notice. If following a team is like a relationship, this is the one to run from, a union where one party is contributing nothing and showing no indication that it cares. The Bulls are an abusive (business) partner and should be shown the door even if it is hard to do, because it's the right thing to do.
The break-up does not need to be permanent. If circumstances change and the Bulls get their act together - suppose there is a new competent owner or management team or coach, or Rose becomes a must-see-athlete, or there is a new great player in town, or the team starts playing beautiful basketball, etc. - we can reevaluate the status of this relationship. If it looks like our partner got its act together, perhaps it's worth another chance.
Until then we can ignore the Bulls. Until then I will not watch the games, I will not read about them, and I will only occasionally look at the box scores. If you can't explain why staying with this Bulls is good for you, so should you.