ya i trust blake to create offense being the lone guy who can create off the dribble - when kobe and durant have shown they need help (offense gets very stagnant and inefficient. and the only way to cure that is to have more guys who can create)
this convo has been done;we're circleing back now.
Blake is a good pass first point guard who is low risk and makes few mistakes.
If his job is to find people in their sweet spots he's very good at it, ask Jamison who got a lot of shots at the rim, off cuts, and wide open because of how Blake knew to find him.
Martell can cut to the basket, shoot off the dribble and actually FINISH plays athletically. On top of that he's a pretty good 3 point shooter(5th in the league) so pairing him with Blake is a wonderful 1,2 punch. And it's much needed if you're gonna have a guy not really moving off the dribble(like Meeks) at the 2 position waiting for one thing.
You saw what Sessions and Barnes was able to do.
Blake would mesh with Webster just fine and both would benefit from each other.
It wouldn't need to be "pass the ball to Webster and he'll carry the bench" because it wouldn't have to be in order to be effective, that's why it works so well.
Unless you want to look at how well it worked out with Jamal Crawford and the Clippers, and Joe Johnson and the Nets who both tried that strategy with their bench =P
Then maybe you'll realize having Blake PLAY the point guard on the bench like he's meant to do and making offense easier for Webster and vice versa is the way to go over the alternative of having Webster carry our bench doing everything with Blake just "there".