Amin Elhassan Biography
Birthday: April 12, 1979 (Aries)
Born In: Sudan
Amin Elhassan is a Sudan-born sports commentator based in the United States who is currently working at the global cable and satellite sports television channel ESPN as an on-air commentator. He regularly appears on a number of ESPN shows including 'His and Hers', 'SportsCenter', 'Mike & Mike', 'The Jump' and 'SportsNation'. He also co-hosts a show on ESPN Radio with Izzy Gutierrez. He was previously an assistant director of basketball operations for the Phoenix Suns, and had also worked there as the video coordinator and the scouting coordinator. While working as a video coordinator, his job responsibility included recording every single basketball game that was being played. Before joining the Suns, he had a field marketing job with the Atlanta Hawks and worked in game-day operations for three seasons. He is very active on the social media platform Twitter, where he regularly interacts with his followers in his unique bare-bones style. He is particularly known for his entertaining but aggressive jibes via the #HateHard hashtag on the platform, which he had started as an inside joke to spread hate on players when he worked for teams. It has survived for years to become his signature style even at ESPN.