I spent most of the time paying attention to highlights of the basketball games, but it was nice to also be able to spin my head and watch how fans in the arena celebrated a LeBron James dunk. In general, though, that's the beauty about virtual reality experiences -- they're different for everyone. Here's a perfect example of the value of this kind of storytelling: remember that cameraman who, during Game 6, fell down as he followed LeBron to the locker room? Well, here you can see it actually happening, whereas on TV you only knew because of the botched camera shot.
So whether you want to see crowd reactions or something else entirely, chances are your experience won't be the same as mine. At first, I was worried about the length of the documentary, thinking by the end of it I would have a massive headache. You know, after "coming back." But, thankfully, that wasn't the case. If you have a Samsung Gear VR headset, you too can watch Follow my Lead: The Story of the 2016 NBA Finals starting today. Better yet, it's a free download from the Oculus Store.