Couldn’t cop tickets to this year’s All-Star Game? No big. Just strap on your virtual reality goggles and you’ll be sitting courtside with Kanye and the rest of New York’s royalty. According to Wired, the NBA will be filming the All-Star Weekend’s headlining event, three-point contest, slam dunk competition and more using virtual-reality cameras. Fans who have purchased the new Samsung Gear VR headset will be able to watch the action as if they were there—but there’s a catch. The events will not be broadcast live. Instead, you’ll have to wait for the future of basketball to become available in the form of a free immersive recording on Samsung’s VR marketplace a few weeks from now. Still, cheaper than courtside seats, right?