Here is the latest Alabama sports news from The Associated Press

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Simon Pagenaud led most of the way and overcame late contact with Graham Rahal to win at Barber Motorsports Park yesterday for his second straight victory. Pagenaud lost the lead briefly after contact with Rahal and was attempting to work past him outside on Turn 15.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Santiago Urrutia won the Indy Lights Legacy 100 Sunday at Barber Motorsports Park. The 19-year-old Uruguayan became the fifth winner in as many races for the series this year. Urrutia moved from third place to the lead in the first four laps and controlled the rest of the 50-minute race.

BOSTON (AP) — Isaiah Thomas scored 28 points, adding a pair of clinching free throws as the Boston Celtics beat the Hawks 104-95 Sunday night. That sends the first-round playoff series back to Atlanta tied two games apiece. Paul Millsap scored 45 for the Hawks — a career playoff high and one off his all-time best — and added 13 rebounds at TD Garden.

ATLANTA (AP) — Jacob deGrom made a successful return to the mound after tending to his ill infant son and an injury, pitching the New York Mets past the Atlanta Braves 3-2 Sunday for a three-game sweep. Atlanta lost its fifth straight game.