Hi Matt. Great question! There are many, many great plyometric exercises for basketball players. Two very effective ones are the box jump and the box drop-landing exercises. The box jump exercise entails having your athlete start from the ground, facing a plyometric box (always start with your lowest box so that you allow the athlete to properly progress and to develop proper form). By producing ground forces, the athlete then jumps up onto the box — landing with good triple-flexion (hips, knees and ankles), and on both feet at the same time. This is a good exercise for developing ground force production.
The drop-landing exercise can be viewed as the opposite of the box jump exercise. With this exercise the athlete starts by standing on top of the box. She then steps off the box, landing on both feet at the same time and into triple-flexion. Again, start low and progress to higher boxes as the athlete becomes more proficient. This exercise teaches proper landing technique and is a great one for helping to reduce the risk of injury (particularly knee injuries) as the athlete develops her ability to properly reduce ground forces from landing.
I hope these help and please feel free to contact me if I can help further.