Eh, I wish I could take credit for that, but I pretty much stole that from Jumanji... or DB... or CT... or Siff...
In Westside, you should be doing some work for all of these qualities. For instance.
Hypetrophy- Assistance lifts and RE
MaxS- ME Lifts
MaxF- The last set or two before your PR attempt. DE work also can contribute here if the weight is a little higher.
MaxP- DE lifts.
MaxR- Extra sprint workouts
It all depends on what qualities you emphasize in a block. Traditional Westside approaches generally emphasize MaxS and MaxF because that is more important for powerlifters. WS4SB follows this line of thinking because the athletes it was originally targeted for (football players) have a very high MaxS demand. Also, most athletes are generally improved by increasing strength.
Right now if you are in-season you probably only need to be lifting twice a week. This is the schedule DeFranco laid out for in-season football players with games on Friday.
Saturday- Total body "bodybuidling" style workout. Rep ranges in the 8-12 range and stopping short of failure.
Monday- Total body ME lifting.
Wednesday- Total body DE lifting.
For you I would take out the DE because you get more than enough dynamic work at basketball practice. Try to have two rest days if possible between your ME day and your games. The "bodybuilding" day can be between games or whatever, just don't kill yourself on that day.