Perhaps try letting the game be the main event. Much of the music simply gets in the road of the game, and often suppresses the crowd. Play music during the breaks - half time, quarter time, time outs - and keep the music during [over] the game to 'stings' to pick up on what is happening on the court and how the crowd is reacting. [Note that the crowd is leading!]
Nothing - not even a basketball match - can be at a peak all the time [I'm sure you can all think of some analogies], yet that seems to be what a few vocal [on here!] people want. Isn't natural. Doesn't work.
And as for 'make some noise' ... give me strength! Noise is just noise. Means nothing. Does nothing - except be noise. If the MC [I know he's not the music man] feels a need to have the crowd 'make some noise' at least have the grace to think of something half-way meaningful to say to achieve that.
A lot of the music used is along the 'let's make some noise' line. Why does 'Skip' insist on playing music through the start of the terms. Spectators have to be REALLY paying attention not to miss the first passages because there is no cue or announcement or anything to make people aware that the game is getting underway.
From watching him, 'Skip' all too often forgets his role is to augment the game. The fact that he sits there jiggling and bopping along to the inane noise and letting irrelevant pop songs play through & over the game irrespective of what is happening on court suggests that he 'gets off' on the music and forgets his role is to build an experience around the game, not in place of it or smother it under a meaningless blanket of sound.
Please let's put the game first ... give it space to live and breathe, & the crowd to engage - where appropriate. The crowd will decide that, and that will mean that sometimes it is relatively quiet. Why, the crowd might even get a chance to hear and notice some of the exchanges on the court and get a genuine experience of the game, not an irrelevant pop concert and noise for the sake of noise.
Short, relevant 'stings' - note 'short' and 'relevant'; the 'floor wiper' snip is a good example - to augment what is happening are fine, and can add to the experience, if not the game. Irrelevant, or inappropriate, music, long or short, just makes him look like a goose. To explain, I'm thinking of his use of that triumphalist stuff when we're 8 or 10 points up in the second or third quarters and have that 'winning' lead wiped out by two or three shots from the opposition.
Understanding of and feeing for the game, awareness of what is happening on the court, relevant music 'stings' and realisation that he's a servant of the game would be good steps forward.