Amin Elhassan is an American Sudanese sports analyst. He serves as an on-air commentator for the ESPN satellite sports television channel. Amin Elhassan joined ESPN as an NBA analyst and commentator in 2012 and has been working full time ever since.
Amin holds an engineering background but was not happy with it. He searched for career options while working in a field marketing position for the Atlanta Hawks, and later decided to start a sports business. Amin also hosts a variety of shows on the ESPN channel, including “His and Hers,” “SportsCenter,” “Mike & Mike,” “The Jump,”
|Birthday||April 12, 1979|
|Net Worth||$ 2 million|
|Salary||$78k per year|
|Education||Georgia Tech University|
10 Facts About Amin Elhassan
- Amin Elhassan( born on April 12, 1979) is a 41years old NBA based star analyst working ESPN channel. His zodiac sign is Aries.
- Amin was born to Sudanese parents who later moved to America when he was an infant.
- Furthermore, Amin completed his undergraduate degree from WP Carey School and he gained a degree in engineering from Georgia Tech University.
- Amin is a happily married man. However, the information regarding his wife and personal life is not found on the Internet.
- Before working with ESPN, he served as Assistant Director of Basketball Operations for Phoenix Suns and also worked there as Video Coordinator and Scout Coordinator.
- Amin has become popular on the Internet after causing controversy several times for his actions on-screen or on the Internet for his unrestricted barbs and social media comments.
- There was a petition on Change.org to get Amid Elhassan fired from ESPN when he took Twitter to make fun of Kevin Owen’s eight-year-old son. The controversy concluded with 105 signatures when Elhassan officially apologized.
- Elhassan also tried the course of the American Ninja Warrior and failed miserably. He lasted just a few seconds before sliding and crashing straight into the water below.
- Despite being very popular among ESPN fans Amin’s exact net worth is still under review. However, Biographics World assumes his net worth to be above 2 million dollars.
- The ESPN sports commentator has 25.3 k followers on Instagram and 114k followers on Twitter.