Pyramid Papi. Dulie. The Tor-Nader. Darth Nader. Whatever nickname you use to describe Phoenix Suns wing Abdel Nader , it is good to have him back and healthy. He possesses length on defense and aggressiveness on offense, both attributes that will assist the Suns as they look to bring home their first championship in franchise history. When the Suns sent Ricky Rubio, Kelly Oubre, Jr. , and Ty Jerome (plus picks) to the Oklahoma City Thunder, they received Paul and Nader in return. The third-year player from Iowa State added wing depth and, although many considered him to be a throw away in the CP3 trade, he made an impact on the team. Early in the season there was a continual narrative for Phoenix: they could not get to the line . As the team was navigating their identity and trying to learn how to execute their offense with the new pieces, despite being one of the best free throw shooting teams in the league, they had a hard time drawing fouls and getting to the stripe. Through their first 10 games of the season, Phoenix ranked 2nd in the NBA with a 82. 5 FT%. Yet they were next to worst in the league in free throw attempts at 18. 3 per game. Enter Abdel Nader, who debuted with the Suns on January 11. He may have only played 3:17 minutes in that one, but his willingness to attack the basket was apparent. He went 2-of-2 from the line in the game. As his season continued, so did his hustle and determination to make an impact around the rim .