Martell Webster's perimeter presence has been exactly what the Wizards needed this season. Let's take a look at how Webster is finding the most efficient shots on the floor and knocking them down at an elite level. Spot-Up The biggest weapon in Webster's offensive arsenal is his spot-up shooting. According to Synergy Sports, he's scoring 1.22 points per spot-up possession, which ranks 22nd in the league. Obviously, a huge part of that has been his tremendous three-point shooting in these situations. He's shooting 48 percent from deep when spotting-up, which is similar to (and sometimes better than) noted sharpshooters Ray Allen, Kyle Korver, and Steve Novak. The table below breaks down where Webster's getting his looks and how it's changed since last season.