While tech giants Apple and Google battle it out for market share with mobile payment applications, the Brooklyn Nets have unveiled their own in-house option. Called the Brooklyn eWallet, the function is part of the Nets team app and developed in partnership with American Express. The Nets introduced this Wednesday night at Barclays Center for their game against the Bucks. Here's how it works with a smartphone:

We gave it a try and found that the app scans quickly and properly. If this can cut down the wait time at the concessions stands, the app figures to be popular, and other teams will likely create their own apps. Now if they only had an app that made the bathroom line move faster.

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