Rapper Bun B makes a guest appearance in the Jordan Trivia Challenge where he goes head to head with Complex’s Joe La Puma. The video puts Bun B to the challenge of answering questions surrounding the history of Air Jordan. The first question Bun B and his competitors have to answer is “What did Tinker Hatfield say was his inspiration behind the Air Jordan V (5)? If you want to find out the answer to this and other questions, watch the video and test your Jordan knowledge. Via Complex.

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  1. Here's a question for true Jordan heads out there. Which Air Jordan has never been released as a lowtop?

  2. there were more than one that were never released as a low top 3's, 4's, 7's just to name a few

  3. Thank you Thank you i couldnt have done it with out "U" naw in all seriousness that was a lil harder than i thought

  4. why didn't anyone mention the vi's or the xx2's? and actually the vii's were released as a lowtop in 2000. I know there were 2 coloways: all white, charcoal grey. the white/citrus lows were knockoffs and they were a lace up shoe. the low vii's were a slip on type which just featured the hurache like sock liner. and you could add a lot more on the list if you're talkin' about og releases and not the retro stuff. that would include damn near the whole jordan og line.

  5. Here's a few more questions. #1.what was the first jordan that only featured the jumpman logo and no nike markings? #2.how many colorways was the air jordan I released in? #3. what shoe did jordan hate and stopped production of them and pulled from them off the shelves due to a simple piece of leather on the shoes toe(and as a result of this only approx. 3,000 pair got into the publics hands)? 4. What shoe did Jordan wear for only one half in it's lowtop version and not wear again on the court?