Your going to have to correct me if I am wrong here, but are you taking basketball seriously or just for fun? The reason why I am asking is two days of basketball is nothing. Trust me I have played overseas for the past two years, and I plan on getting drafted this summer. I checked your past post and pretty much everything is focused around ball. If not then stop reading now.
I have been playing ball for the past 15 years (includes: starting, college, overseas) I really can?t remember two consecutive days that I have not played ball. Nor do I think that any other ?elite athlete? will say that he has taken 3 rest days. A rest day for me might include a short 3 mile run or just 100 times 10 spot specific shots.
Play ball, LIFT WEIGHTS, and if you have time squeeze in plyos. I am sorry but college scouts aren?t amazed at dunking anymore, you missed that boat. So plyometrics are one of the last things you should be worried about. A great jump shot will take you further then great jumping these days. Overall coaches art looking for potential, can they develop you into a player that will fit into there offensive or defensive scheme?
As you can tell no one is for your routine, and if your basketball workouts are as hard as this then I know you?re not ready. This is what I do; this is what my younger brother does. Who btw will be playing in the McDonalds All American game this year.
Mon: Weights before school, basketball after
Tues: weights before school, basketball after
Thurs: weights before school, basketball after
Fri: weights before school, basketball after
I really hope you understand from all of this, is that
"dedication" is the only thing that will get you anywhere. If you choose not to take my advice then good, spread your outstanding schedule to your friends please. It will only make it easier for me to dominate you in the future. If you ever make it!