Amin Elhassan is a sports commentator from the United States who works for ESPN as an on-air commentator. He has appeared on a number of ESPN programs, including ‘His and Hers,’ ‘SportsCenter,’ ‘Mike & Mike,’ ‘The Jump’ and ‘SportsNation.’ He has hosted shows on ESPN Radio and teamed up with Izzy Gutierrez to co-host the “She’s Got Moxie” show.
He was previously an assistant director of basketball operations for the Phoenix Suns, as well as a video coordinator and scouting coordinator. During his tenure as a video coordinator, he was in charge of recording every basketball game that took place. He worked in game-day operations for three seasons with the Atlanta Hawks before moving on to the Phoenix Suns.
He is quite active on the social media site Twitter, where he engages with his fans in his distinctive down-and-dirty style. He’s particularly well-known for his hilarious yet aggressive jabs using the #HateHard hashtag on Twitter, which he started as an inside joke to spread hate among gamers while he was an employee at teams. It has outlasted years of abuse to become a trademark for him even at ESPN. How Tall Is Amin Elhassan: All About Him.
How Tall Is Amin Elhassan?
Amin Elhassan is a handsome man who stands at the perfect height of 5 ft 11 in or 180 cm. His balanced bodyweight consists of 172 lbs or 78 Kg. His body type is average. His other body measurement is still to get disclosed yet. His hair color is brown and he has a pair of black eyes. Overall, he has got a healthy body with a charming personality.
Amin Elhassan: All About Him
Amin Elhassan discovered that his interest in engineering was due to the fact that he wanted a secure job with a good salary, unlike many of his classmates who were genuinely interested in becoming an engineer, while pursuing his engineering degree at Georgia Tech. Recognizing that the debt was out of control, he took action to find other possibilities.
This led him to seek for more opportunities which eventually brought him a job in the sports industry as a field marketing specialist with the Atlanta Hawks NBA team. While it was not a prominent position, he liked his new job duty and made valuable contacts that aided him obtain work in the sports sector after three years working in game-day operations for the Hawks.
He was subsequently moved up to work in game-day operations for three seasons for the Hawks. During the 2004-05 season, he worked in basketball operations for the New York Knicks as an intern. He next took a full-time internship with the Phoenix Suns, where he was given more and more responsibilities first as video coordinator then as scouting coordinator before ultimately serving under team general manager Steve Kerr as assistant director of basketball operations.
Phoenix Suns Amin Elhassan
In the spring of 2012, after leaving the Phoenix Suns, he sought other opportunities and decided to join another NBA front office. He was asked to write a sample essay as a freelancer by an editor at ESPN.com, who he knew. Using his front office skills and connections, he produced a great piece that got him ten freelance assignments.
In December 2013, he joined ESPN full-time and has been there ever since. Despite his lack of expertise in strategic matters like as a former coach or locker-room dynamics like as ex-players, he is proud of his above-average understanding on a variety of areas of basketball and has established himself as an uncommon jack-of-all-trades analyst at ESPN by combining several responsibilities.