In a recent episode of 'Undisputed,' Sharpe shared his updated list of the top 10 players of all-time. He revealed to add Curry to his list, he has bumped off Shaq.

"Skip, I said this was the only thing that was missing from his resume. He got his first Finals MVP, he’s a 2-time regular season MVP, the only unanimous winner of that award, he’s a 4-time champ, 

he’s a 2-time scoring champ, and how he changed the game of basketball, Skip, I don’t know if we can properly quantify what he’s done for and to the game of basketball."

"Skip, the guy that I bumped out of the top 10 was Shaq. It was between he and Kobe. My list, I got – Bron, Jordan, Kareem, Magic, Wilt, Bird, Tim Duncan – 15-time All-Defense, 15-time All-NBA, 

15-time All-Star, 3 times he was a Finals MVP, 2 times he was a league MVP – Bill Russell, Kobe – Kobe got everything out of his career… and then I got Steph."

Sharpe further explained, "Skip, the thing is that I’m most disappointed in Shaq and I know Shaq has 4 titles, but I don’t believe Shaq got everything out of his career. 

Skip, I don’t believe we’ll ever see a guy as physically gifted as a big man as Shaquille O’Neal. 7-foot-1, 325-335, could run, athletic, agile, nimble, but Skip, he didn’t work."

"Shaq should’ve been the all-time scoring leader. He should’ve had 6-7 championships, if he’d had the work ethic. And because of that, Skip, after the age of 30 

he never scored more than 23 points in a game. Steph Curry just won finals MVP at the age of 32."