You're a beginner if you ask questions like these. Which is OK, but pay attention:
There is exactly one reason you want to cut "some" fat. You want to look godd nekkid (abs!)
Trust me, you will look better if you-
start to eat more: right now you're barely maintaining. Assuming your post is honest, you need at least double your amount. That's right, 4500 is a minimum. It's a shame I have to write about calories to a beginner, cause there is something seriously wrong when a sixteen year poses questions about it. You will never make the gains you can do now (because your body wants to grow badly) if you restrict yourself like you do. Training twice everyday with 2200 calories while growing is insane. Your worst enemy right now are movie stereotypes with abs.
I'm not telling you to become a fat powerlifter. With that much cardio, a smart trainee will definitely develop some great beach muscles. Actually, you're right now hindering your abs to grow and your fat to melt. As you are practically undereating, you body would be mad to reduce fat. (Of course your performance would be also much better)
And to answer your questions:
Basketball/ weights/ Cardio run is nonsense with your diet. You should start to eat double the amount to grow both vertically and fill some clothes. And even if you start to eat, give your body some time to recuperate before starting this routine:
Play BB (it's your sport)
Afterwards, do your strength routine- preferably after at least six hours and two meals have passed. Definitely ditch cardio during barbell days. You could do supersets to have additional cardiovascular impact, but it's really not necessary given your schedule and only recommended if you can already cope with the iron.
If once per week your weights session comes before BB (call it a light BB day) where you can put real effort in it, perhaps even with a training partner, you will notice better gains.
You're right that jogging isn't really helpful for your goals. But HIT sprints are very demanding. Do them on a different day.
Ab work is not evil. Do it last, since nearly all main lifts (Squat, Deads, Bench or Military Press, Chins or Rows) need the abs to be fresh. Also, if you do direct ab work, don't neglect the lower back.
You should also have a rest day where you either do little to no work.
If you have further questions, go ahead.