Your limit strength is obviously very good, but I disagree with you on your explosiveness. I think given your strength/bw ratio, you are quite a bit from your explosive potential. You and I have similar standing verticals but you squat almost 50% more than me. (I'm 6' 180. 27/31+ standing/running vert last time I checked months ago before my current 5/3/1 cycle.)
It seems your standing and running verts are not very far apart. While ultimately they won't be 8" different like some NBA players, I do think there's potential for quick running vert gains from technique and reactive work:
Knee bend depends on your build. Less bend if you're more reactive - look at some TFB videos and you see how little their knees bend. You will/currently be more of a strength jumper, so you will naturally have more knee bend to generate that force.
Jump off the balls of your feet.
Descend into your approach quickly. Pull yourself down rather than let gravity do the work. Look up "eccentric overspeed kettlebell swings." This teaches you to load up more elastic energy.
Reach back as far as you can comfortably/smoothly to load your arm swing.
Try to minimize time spent in contact with the ground for the last two steps (assuming 2 foot takeoff) and try to maximize force in that time. Focus on how hard you're pushing off the ground rather than how fast you feel you are at takeoff.