Rashard Lewis enjoyed productive nights in Orlando during four seasons with the Magic.
He had another one on Saturday, when he gave the Miami Heat a big boost in a rare start.
Filling in for Shane Battier, Lewis scored 18 points in 30 minutes to help the Heat defeat the Magic 110-94.
Lewis' scoring helped on a night LeBron James struggled from the field. The King finished with 15 points on 5-of-13 shooting.
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each had 20 points for the Heat (25-8). Michael Beasley add 13 points off the bench.
Miami shot 54.1 percent (40 of 74). The Heat are 15-2 when they shoot above 50 percent.
Lewis, who played four years (2007-11) for the Magic, made his second start of the season as Battier was sidelined with a quad injury. Lewis didn't play at all in Thursday night's home loss to Golden State.
Miami led 81-70 entering the fourth quarter. They scored 15 consecutive points late in the third to take control. Orlando failed to get closer than nine the rest of the way.