Leah Still's presence at Thursday night's Browns-Bengals game in Cincinnati was an emotional experience for just about everyone watching the game.
Even The King himself.
LeBron James was tuned in to the NFL clash, and he came away impressed and inspired by the 4-year-old's appearance at the game. Still was there to watch her father, Devon Still, play defensive tackle for the Bengals.
Because she continues to battle cancer, Leah Still wore a face mask to protect her from inhaling anything infectious or harmful.
James, who welcomed his first daughter into the world last month, sent a strong message of support to Leah.
Leah Still u are so freaking STRONG!!! My daughter will be looking up to u that's for sure as well as her Dad!! Continue to smile sweetheart
— LeBron James (@KingJames) November 7, 2014
Still also received a thunderous ovation from fans between the first and second quarters. She participated in a ceremony in which the Bengals provided a $1.3 million donation to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center.
The stadium also played a video montage featuring Leah and her father, set to the Sara Bareilles song "Brave."