The Reverse Shattered Backboard Air Jordan 1 Retro, also known as the Shattered Backboard 2.0, follows up the first release with a fresh take on the classic Jordan shoe. The legend of the colorway stems from the fact that Michael Jordan smashed the backboard with one of his iconic slam dunks on a Nike exhibition tour in 1985. Jordan actually played for both teams during the game, so the colorway of the Reverse Shattered Backboard Jordan 1 makes sense. However, the backboard-breaking dunk came on the side that featured black and orange jerseys. The second team wore white jerseys, which is where this colorway meets MJ's now-infamous stop in Italy. The official colorway of the Jordan 1 Retro "Reverse Shattered Backboard" is Sail/Starfish-Black, which, as expected, is the reverse of the Black/Starfish-Sail release from June 2015. With both colorways celebrating the iconic moment From Jordan's rookie In this year, which is also YouTube famous, Jordan's backboard-shattered moment is sure to live on for decades to come.