Maynard Evans High School.
He played college basketball with the University of South Florida, and then went to Israel to play basketball in 1993. He played for the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball club for 15 years, part of the time as team captain, and later served as assistant coach under David Blatt. In July 2011, Sharp retired as a player.
He remained with Maccabi Tel Aviv as an assistant coach until August 2013.
Sharp played basketball at Evans High School in Orlando, and at Brevard Community College, before playing for the University of South Florida. Sharp joined Maccabi Hadera from Leumit Bet (the second league at the time) in 1993.
From 1994 to 1996 he played for Hapoel Migdal-HaEmek, also a Leumit Bet team, and then made the big jump to the most well-known team in Israel – Maccabi Tel Aviv. The most memorable example of the latter came on April 8, 2004, against Zalgiris Kaunas.
With 2 seconds remaining and Maccabi trailing by 3 points and facing elimination from the finals series, Sharp caught a long pass from Gur Shelef, turned to the basket and fired a game-tying three-pointer, forcing overtime.
He played basketball in Israel for 18 years, 15 of them with Maccabi Tel Aviv. He finished his career seventh all-time on the team"s scoring list, with 1,749 points, and seventh in the league for career free throw accuracy at 88.9%. In July 2011, Sharp retired as a player at the age of 39.
He continued with the team as an assistant coach, and had taken a coaching course at Wingate Institute in 2010., in August 2, 2013 Sharp had resigned from his role as assistant coach of Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
Sharp is a naturalized Israeli citizen. He has played for the (2000-2003), including appearances at Eurobasket 2001 and Eurobasket 2003.
Sharp is married to Canadian basketball player Justine Ellison and they have four children together. He also has an older son from a previous relationship.
Maccabi Tel Aviv.