If you were in a luxury hotel in downtown Indianapolis on Saturday night and heard someone yelling in frustration, you might have been in a room near suspended Miami Heat center Chris Andersen.

A regretful Andersen was relegated to watching the Heat lose to the Indiana Pacers 91-77 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals from a television in his hotel room alone. "Birdman" was suspended for Game 6 after getting into a skirmish with Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough in Game 5. Andersen will be eligible to play in the deciding Game 7 in Miami on Monday.

"It was tough," Andersen told Yahoo! Sports. "My palms were sweating. My adrenaline was pumping. I was yelling at the TV just trying to cheer my guys on. I tried to support them from my room. It's tough, but that's the way it went."

Andersen has been a key reserve for the Heat in the East finals, averaging 7.2 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.6 blocks off the bench. The 6-foot-10, 228-pound forward has also made 18 consecutive field goals in the postseason. Without Andersen, the Heat were out-rebounded 53-33 in Game 6.

Andersen told reporters after Miami's morning shoot-around on Saturday that he "can't regret anything" about his suspension. But after the Game 6 loss, he told Yahoo! Sports it was a "lesson learned," and he has to "be on the floor, be smarter, be more professional."

"It was real tough to watch, bro. A lesson learned," Andersen said. "I got to be able to control my composure no matter how rough the game gets. I just got to continue to play the way I play. Just play smart. Play the right way.