2. Cleveland Cavaliers
Wood fits nicely with the Cavs for similar reasons as the Bulls. The NBA's No. 1 squad in Defensive Rating last season, Cleveland was the only team to allow an average of fewer than 110 points per 100 possessions.
With Defensive Player of the Year candidate Evan Mobley locking things down, it becomes a lot easier to tolerate Wood's defensive deficiencies. And while Mobley and Jarrett Allen are a terrific combination inside, the depth behind those two isn't especially exciting.
Max Strus can get some run as a stretch four at times, but we're really looking at journeymen Damian Jones and Georges Niang as the depth options.
Wood probably profiles best as an off-the-bench option anyway, so being able to have him in the rotation always sharing the court with a plus defender in Mobley or Allen would probably make Cleveland the best place to showcase his value while minimizing his weaknesses. If I owned Christian Wood stock, this is where I'd want him to go.
The Cavs need to make a push while they have Donovan Mitchell under contract, and Wood is probably the biggest push available on the market right now.