By Andrew Fisher @AndrewFisherRS on May 9, 2014
Not every star athlete gets a storybook ending to their career. A lot of times players hang on too long and end up taking their talents to new teams when their long-time teams say they don't want them anymore. It doesn't always end bad, but a lot of times it's sad.
Here's a look at 20 athletes in 'bizzaro land':
The Big Unit made his name with the Mariners and D-backs, but he randomly ended his career with one season in San Fran.
The Dream in anything but a Rockets uniform just isn't right.
Not only did Ewing finish his career with the Magic, he also played a year for the SuperSonics. Weird.
George was a Oiler/Titan for life, until he played one season in Jerry World in 2004.
Smith did break the all-time rushing mark in Arizona, but man, just bizarre to see him without that star on his helmet.
Bo's career ended in 1994 after one season with Angels. Who knows what could have been if it weren't for his hip injury?
OJ was a career-long member of the Bills, right? Wrong. He finished his career in 1979 after two years with the Niners.
The Human Highlight Film bounced around a little after leaving Atlanta, but he certainly had no business playing in Orlando.
The G.O.A.T. kept playing a little too long, but no one really remembers his short stint with the Seahawks.
White retired for a year in 1999 and then did a victory lap with the Panthers in 2000.
The Mailman didn't deliver a championship to L.A. in 2004, or ever in his career.
The Chief played forever in the NBA, starting in 1977. He ended his career with one last season in Chicago in 1997.
We all know Dickerson was traded during his prime, but he also played one last partial season with Falcons in 1993.
Henderson played for a ton of teams by the time his career was finally winding down, but he had one last MLB run with the Dodgers in 2003. If teams wanted him, he'd still be playing today.
Canseco was a member of the White Sox? Yep. It happened in 2001, pre-Juiced.
This one just ain't right. Broadway Joe should have never played anywhere expect Broadway. But in 1977 he finished his career with the then L.A. Rams.
Montana did fairly well in his last two NFL seasons with the Chiefs. In fact the team hasn't won a playoff game since Montana led them to one in 1993.
Thurman Thomas in anything but Bills gear is just off-putting.
This one almost worked out very well for Favre. Instead, he got knocked out on his final play and people will always call him a traitor for joining one of the Packers' rivals.
Jordan with the Wizards definitely takes the cake for stars who finished their careers in weird places. He did well for an old guy during his two years in Washington, but he should have walked away after his famous last shot with the Bulls in 1998.
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