Wilson Chandler is a scorer. He can make shots from a ton of spots on the floor. I talk to scouts all the time who say one of the most important things about identifying scorers are where they can get their shot from. Chandler is particularly adept at knocking down off wing 3s, which is a skill not often found from players 6'8.
We've often talked about how D'Antoni-type players can stretch the defense and shoot near 50% from the field. Chandler is at 47% for the season and is shooting a career-best 37% from 3. Now, there are times where Will takes ill advised shots (or Will advised shots) and that often affects his percentages.
Will gets his three point looks in transition, and off of the pick and roll. It's simple, Raymond Felton and Amar'e Stoudemire simply get more people open. Here's a clip from a David Lee/Chris Duhon pick and roll.
How many times did we see this? But take notice...who else was open? No one. That happened often over the last two years where Duhon wouldn't have any other options BUT Lee.
Just another example of how the system benefits a player who can take advantage of space when it's created for them. It maybe THE biggest reason why the team has had so much success offensively early.