2013 NBA Draft Draft Podcast, Part 2: ESPN's Amin Elhassan Recaps The Draft

Former Phoenix Suns scout and now ESPN writer, Amin Elhassan is not a fan of the Alex Len pick - USA TODAY Sports

On part two of our special edition NBA Draft Recap Podcast, Evan Sidery talks with ESPN writer and former Phoenix Suns scout, Amin Elhassan. We recap the 2013 NBA Draft, look toward 2014, and Amin looks into his own crystal ball and predicts free agency. Hope you guys enjoy this!

In the link below I talk to ESPN writer and former Phoenix Suns scout, Amin Elhassan on part two of our special edition podcast. We recap one of the craziest NBA Drafts in recent memory. Who does Amin think won the draft, lost it, who surprised him? What are his thoughts on Indiana selecting Arizona small forward, Solomon Hill at 23? Amin and I look toward the 2014 NBA Draft, headlined by Andrew Wiggins. Also, we peek toward free agency with Amin's predictions for the top free agents out there. Does he think David West comes back? What about a Danny Granger trade or a Paul George extension this Summer? What about a Rajon Rondo to Indiana trade? Amin gives his predictions on all of that below.

Again, I was very shocked with us selecting Hill at 23. If Indiana was looking for an upperclassmen wing, Amin mentioned off a ton better fits than Hill. I gave the Hill pick a C- after watching some more clips of him last night. Amin, on the other hand, was not a big fan of this pick. In this crazy draft where Anthony Bennett went at number one, it makes sense to keep with the wacky trends and select Hill at 23. Here is the 40 minute podcast with Amin below, hope you enjoy it!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/evan-sidery-show/2013/06/30/indy-cornrows-2013-nba-draft-recap-podcast-part-2

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