New Orleans, La.
— There are no easy ways to get around New Orleans during the Olympic Trials, and there’s no easy way to get through the trials.
So what better way to enjoy the pentathlon than with a little help from the New Orleans Pelicans?
Here are 10 of the best ways to watch this year’s trials, starting with the best way to catch the games in person.1.
Watch the Trials live on ESPN3.
Watch ESPN3 on your television at home.
WatchESPN3 will stream live coverage of the 2018 Trials from the start of each event.
Watch live for $5 per month.2.
Watch free trial on ESPN.
Watch on your computer or mobile device from the comfort of your home.
The trial can be watched on multiple devices, so you can stream your favorites from multiple devices.3.
Go to ESPN.com/Pelicans, select “Watch live,” then select “Pelican Live Trials” in the left navigation bar to watch all of the Trials on one screen.
Watch Live Trials for $10 per month, which includes access to live feed, a calendar with all live event dates, and access to ESPN+ Live.4.
The Trials will stream on WatchESPN for $6.99 per month ($5 per game and per day).5.
Watch in HD.
Watch LIVE for $9.99 (or $8.99 for a day).6.
Stream in HD on demand.
Stream the Trials in HD via WatchESPN or your preferred device.7.
Watch all trials at once.
Go back and watch a Trials game from start to finish.8.
Watch a Trials trial in its entirety for free.
WatchESPN has all of New Orleans’ events, with some added perks for fans who are willing to spend the money.
The Pelicans will host a free Trials trial at the Orleans Arena beginning Saturday, May 4, and a free trial for all fans on the second weekend of May.
It’s a limited trial and will be available to Pelicans fans for free for the next four days.
The Pelicans are also offering a $2.5 million prize pool for the Trials, which will be shared among the top finishers in each event, including the top two finishers each year.
Fans can also watch all events on the Pelicans’ official website.
The 2017 Trials, featuring the defending champion Chicago Bulls, took place from May 1-2 at the U.S. Bank Arena.
The top finisher in each Trials event was awarded $1.25 million.
The 2017 Trials are scheduled for a 4:30 p.m.
ET start time on ESPN on Saturday, July 13.