March 3, 1993: Kevin McHale scores a franchise-record 56 points in the Celtics' 138-129 win against the Pistons in Boston Garden. McHale, who makes 22 of 28 field-goal attempts, holds the record for less than two weeks as Larry Bird drops 60 on the Hawks. McHale also registers 16 rebounds, four assists and three blocks.

Another interesting note about this game is that the teams combined for 267 points, and there was only one three-pointer made (by Bird).

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