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for those two injuries to occur, no rotation technically has to occer. However, in most circumstance, rotation of the knee does occer and can make that injury more severe and possibly injure other connective tissue in/around the knee.
How many sets are you doing per week, you might have been doing too many sets per week. You're actually only supposed to do one to two sets per week do to the high impact nature of plyometrics. Also if you could post what sport you are doing it for, that might help in getting some more advice.
You can also try supplementing some extra protein into your diet for adding muscle. Just dont over do it with supplements, try finding the extra protein in the foods you buy such as chicken or fish.